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    Can I use p2p on connect and can you use p2p on max

    This is a discussion on Can I use p2p on connect and can you use p2p on max within the P2P / File sharing forums, part of the General chat category; Originally Posted by kbv1 whats encription enabled? do you think its a wise move me moving from aol to sky ...

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      Re: Can i use my own wireless modem?

      Quote Originally Posted by kbv1 View Post
      whats encription enabled? do you think its a wise move me moving from aol to sky connect and then to sky max in june?
      if youre not too bothered about p2p then yes, think of the s you will save.


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      Re: Can i use my own wireless modem?

      forgot to say that in june you should be okay for p2p on max, if they dont traffic shape that then, and youl still be saving !

     

     
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