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    Easynet pushes boundaries from the last mile to the last yard with new FTTC

    This is a discussion on Easynet pushes boundaries from the last mile to the last yard with new FTTC within the Sky Broadband (Fibre) Help forums, part of the Sky Broadband help and support category; Ok, lets really rock the boat... how about two sets of subscription charges one for Sky TV customers and One ...

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      Re: Easynet pushes boundaries from the last mile to the last yard with new FTTC

      Ok, lets really rock the boat... how about two sets of subscription charges one for Sky TV customers and One for those not taking TV and dropping the 40/2 connection.


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      20 PM 40/10 25 PM
      25 PM 80/20 30 PM


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      Re: Easynet pushes boundaries from the last mile to the last yard with new FTTC

      Quote Originally Posted by jdsimp1234 View Post
      nah 30 is a little too much.. but 40/10 at 20 or free upgrade, I would start out with 40/2 1st, to test the waters, then jump on the 40/10 bandwagon at 20/free upgrade.

      40/10 at 25, i would probably atrt out with 40/2, then think long & hard at 40/10 at 25.
      Sky are producing alot of products that are goinig to hog internet connections. More they can give people the more people can use their services. Anytime+, Now TV, Sky Go and Some other things in the workings.
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      Re: Easynet pushes boundaries from the last mile to the last yard with new FTTC

      Quote Originally Posted by Ipster View Post
      Ok, lets really rock the boat... how about two sets of subscription charges one for Sky TV customers and One for those not taking TV and dropping the 40/2 connection.


      WITH SKY TV -vs - WITHOUT SKY TV

      20 PM 40/10 25 PM
      25 PM 80/20 30 PM
      FIRSTly, thats pretty much a good solution, MAYbe we will find out soon.
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      Re: Easynet pushes boundaries from the last mile to the last yard with new FTTC

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      FIRSTly, thats pretty much a good solution, MAYbe we will find out soon.
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      Re: Easynet pushes boundaries from the last mile to the last yard with new FTTC

      May I be the 1st to say that I welcome our new Fibre overlords.
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      Re: Easynet pushes boundaries from the last mile to the last yard with new FTTC

      Quote Originally Posted by andrewjr View Post
      liking you not so subtle hints newsreader
      All rumour at the moment of course.
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      Re: Easynet pushes boundaries from the last mile to the last yard with new FTTC

      My money is on 2 May for any announcements, but I'm prepared to be wrong about that (and I usually am!)
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      Re: Easynet pushes boundaries from the last mile to the last yard with new FTTC

      funny, was just checking out bills(and compairing sky/BT BB/Phone offerings..) when.

      We will be back soon

      We're currently making changes to some of our systems and this involves closing them down for a limited period of time. These changes are planned and will help us to provide a faster and more efficient service.

      Thanks for your patience
      ^^ mysky for me
      wonder what that could be

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      Re: Easynet pushes boundaries from the last mile to the last yard with new FTTC

      Quote Originally Posted by Carlow View Post
      funny, was just checking out bills(and compairing sky/BT BB/Phone offerings..) when.



      ^^ mysky for me
      wonder what that could be
      yeah that is unusal they normally go down at night it was up an hourish ago

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