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Kim, August 28, 2009
Posted August 28, 2009
without a phone line????
computers aint ur thing.make a thread about something sexual.
dnt b a d*ckead answer the question
only if i can send u to meet ur maker.
yeah virgin does it.this is what i got.
yeah virgin does it.this is what i got.LOL @ malika being on virginshits at 2 different ends of the spectrum
You can get cable broadband, which requires no phone line.You can steal wireless from next door or across the road, which only requires the ability to pick up wireless.You can also have satilite.You can have NTL, Virgin (broadband only - its completely indepandant to your phone line)
Yeah you can.I had now wireless satellite broadband for a while was kinda sick still. I signed up with a fake name and they dont even chase up bills properly either lol
http://www.mynow.co.uk/I had my account from when I was like 17-19 they may have fixed up tho, didnt think they had survived the recession lol
Posted August 29, 2009
Yesunsecured wireless routersor sign up with them mobile network dongle crap
i aint gt a fone linei use virgin or use my fone as a modem
^^^ Not only is that expensive per MB, but GPRS and hsdpa are slow for computer data transfers especially through bluetooth
nt even i use my unlimted allowaance (even tho its only 1 gb)my fone has HSDPA at 3.6 mbsi connect it through a cable some internet sharing link comes up and boomits equivalent to about a 2mb connectionif i was with vodafone and had a phone capable of 7.2mbps i would prob get around 4mb type speedsits nt too shabbynt too shabby at allmy fone is the HTC touch diamond upgraded to windows mobile 6.5 incase u wer wondering
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