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    Woo Yay!! Just ordered my 8mb broadband from Bulldog!!!
    No more waiting!!!!

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    Bugger. I don't think I can get that as I am outside London.


    Sooooooo video streaming party at your house then (like a Lan Party but more topical for these forums )
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    Bulldog?



    Is it too late to cancel your order?

    http://forms.theregister.co.uk/searc...ulldog&x=0&y=0

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    I have just come back from Boston where I had travelled with a colleague who is based in France. He told me that he gets a 20Mb/s internet connection into his home, free national calls and 2c per min international calls for Eur 29.95 per month from 3 telecom!
    Lloyd

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    Yeah i was aware of all the complaints but alot of colleagues are using it with no probs

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    I use it too although I have the 2MB service. Most of the problems are with the 4 and 8 meg services. Last year I was around during the LLU debacle and Bulldog were a complete shambles
    Lloyd

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    Meh.

    My poxy bloody line can only handle up to 1Mb anyway. And it's not as if i'm in the middle of nowhere either :S

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    They've broadband all the way up North too?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Marc Peters
    They've broadband all the way up North too?
    It's funny because it's true.

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    I've been on bulldog now for a few weeks and i must say - HEE HE HEE HEE HEE HEE HEEEEE.

    Now although it has not been a hugely noticable diffrence its still ace. LAst night i downloaded the an 18Mb file in 30 seconds - oh yes!! then today on I downloaded a 380mb file in - 6min45 seconds -oh dear god thats goooood!

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