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    everything set up and working but one question

    This is a discussion on everything set up and working but one question within the Sky Broadband help forums, part of the Sky Broadband help and support category; Originally Posted by yuffie i will be keeping an eye on my download speeds but i choose max as i ...

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      Quote Originally Posted by yuffie View Post
      i will be keeping an eye on my download speeds but i choose max as i don't want a usage limit as i run various web sites and download and upload a lot each month
      fyi if those sites are hosted on your PC at home that could be classed as business use, just as a heads up




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      lol.. Like Sky Really Care? ............................ Do They?

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      Sky have been known to cancel the accounts instantly if this is the case, last thing I want is for yuffie to ring Sky kicking off mentioning it and then loses all accounts etc.

      Like I say it was only a heads up - not a go or a "ahhh you should not be doing this!"

      Personnally, I don't care how people run their accounts as long as there is some bandwith for me next month when I finally get connected
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      lol.. See .. and here I was thinking you was doing it for yuffie, tut lol :joke

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      I didnt mean my post to be horrible, all I mean is people can download the net and do whatever they want as long as I get my fair share




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      I know what ya meant lol.. was just kidding about lol!

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      Quote Originally Posted by NewsreadeR View Post
      fyi if those sites are hosted on your PC at home that could be classed as business use, just as a heads up

      oh okay, none of the sites are run for profit though

     

     
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