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    Merci. Sky for a nice ride but now it's time to say Au revoir

    This is a discussion on Merci. Sky for a nice ride but now it's time to say Au revoir within the Sky Broadband help forums, part of the Sky Broadband help and support category; have good new year too i had a bad experience with talk talk last year they made me wait 20 ...

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      Re: Merci. Sky for a nice ride but now it's time to say Au revoir

      have good new year too

      i had a bad experience with talk talk last year they made me wait 20 weeks just to say ive been declined on the credit check this wasnt good as im a student that needs a connection for college..so i applied for bt and get it straght away no waiting!! a week later i was connected...


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      Re: Merci. Sky for a nice ride but now it's time to say Au revoir

      Quote Originally Posted by Beephe View Post
      I really didn't have a lot of choice.

      Would have gone O2 as I have iPhone and therefore cost would have been less, but too far away from exchange, so they wouldn't provide me.
      TalkTalk and all the other broadband suppliers are using the same telephone line.

      So why can they provide a good broadband service if BT can't?

     

     
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