Zero-rated tariff:Zero-rated tariff applies to the first hour of direct-dialled calls to numbers that are inclusive within your chosen Talk plan starting within the relevant period. May I suggest that this "throttling" excersice is a policy set in place due to "over subscription" - thus not being able to provide the bandwidth "purchased" to everyone when they So, I suppose your ultimate solution will involve a spool of cat-5 or rg6, a 100mm masonry drill bit and bribery of people living on the correct side of your apartment The hiding the dish idea is interesting - what things would be allowed on your rooftop? http://stricklandresearch.net/problem-installing/problem-installing-avg-removing-virgin-pcguard.html
Entertain me TV Games Movies TV Anywhere Sport Basket Bundles Back to For the home Shop Deals Compare TV, broadband and phone Our bundles Player bundle Mix bundle Fun bundle Full It's much less of a bother than being stuck in rush hour traffic. 0 0 31 May 2008 Andrew Gratton Re: Think about it... 'e.g. When you visited a forum you were a member, of a window popped up whereby you could log in at the click of a button and it filled in your log-in Even if they only account for a tiny % of users would they still not be missed? - we're talking about a commercial operation here! https://forums.techguy.org/threads/problem-installing-pc-guard-form-virgin-media.617442/page-2
Anyway, I found this a better article describing what Virgin are up to than the one liked above (where I stole the quotes from). The reality is that many customers will never see that speed, and the ISPs will shut down protocols for half the day or more without admitting what they're doing. Maximum of 2 devices per account can watch TV. You can install PCguard on up to three PCs in your home, as long as they all meet the minimum specification required to run PCguard .
This feature is not available right now. Excludes indirect access, dial-up internet, other non-geographic numbers, 070 Personal Numbering, and 076 Paging charge-bands. Search Forums Show Threads Show Posts Advanced Search Go to Page... It's good (kinda?) to hear that I'm not the only one it affects.
I jumped ship, although it meant paying well over £100 to get a landline back (same reason as 25 above). If you upgrade any aspect of the service, standard pricing will apply to that upgrade. If that is indeed what they're doing, would you guess malicious intent or just the routine confluence of incompetence and cupidity?Martin McCallion | April 14, 2008 16:03 15: @Paul Raven:
Working... There is a problem with the resource you are looking for and it cannot be displayed. Selected content may not be available to view. I also wanted to get broadband, and seriously didn't want to be tied to the cable monopoly for that.
I have a laptop too. http://help.virginmedia.com/system/viewArticle.jsp?uuid=C3C62618-2D2D-4B00-826E-B01B514E56DF Virgin TV V6 box remains property of Virgin Media. Secondly, the merger involved two companies that didn't compete with each other in the first place. L4t3r4lu5 | April 15, 2008 20:57 74: Interesting information.
More blogposts Topics Software Internet Computing Data and computer security Reuse this content View all comments > Order by newest oldest recommendations Show 25 25 50 100 All Threads collapsed expanded this content I suspect that they do throttle torrents down a bit - at least on the default ports through the BeBox. XP box and she didn't replace the router, as it worked again after an engineer came round to deal with something else and fixed the router problem while he was there; When I used Telecential/Comtel/NTL back in 2000, the amount of ARP who-has packets bridged down my CM was staggering - but not anything worry much about.
We moved a whole mile (so out of the cabled area) and went with Virgin.net adsl which was pretty good, and then they were bought by ntl. Which would be Very Bad Indeed for us "consumers". Calls may be monitored. http://stricklandresearch.net/problem-installing/problem-installing-byond-media.html And as long as they ALL sit on the peak, they all have the same problem and the people who suffer are the end users, and the media suppliers.
Then something obvious happened. See virginmedia.com. Newer Than: Search this thread only Search this forum only Display results as threads Useful Searches Recent Posts More...
How to upgrade Recycle your phone Get help with your mobile Lost or stolen phone? Back Thursday.) John Cox | April 15, 2008 10:53 52: For what its worth router dropout isn't always Vigin/NTLs fault. And the big load for the ISPs were the binaries newsgroups. Virgin are the epitomy of a transitional corporation...
On the other hand the upgraded speeds have just been/are still being rolled out so, for no more than you were paying before, you will still be able to download/upload more. Well this notice flashes but it is so quick I can't catch it. Good luck everyone. check over here I have installed it on 3 at the mo....no problems with restrictions yet AtD albert_the_dog View Public Profile Find More Posts by albert_the_dog 10-02-2007, 13:22 #7 paul11974 Inactive
Even so, I'd like to find a more trustworthy ADSL+phone service (no TV for me). In short, whilst I enitrely sympathise with your ire at Virgin's current antics, your inacuracies don't help you to make your case. Price includes line rental (£19 per month).