RT if you actually like yours.
If the lovely old ISPs pass on the wholesale cuts, of course.
Covers maintenance and connections but not slower than advertised speeds.
They only inconvenience dad when he's got the house to himself,
ISPs not exactly against the idea of a block, seeing as they sell football and could do without the masses of traffic the streams generate.
EE and Plusnet brands get a kicking too.
Only the ones in London, though *high-fives regional people*
That's if you can get it wholesale, which you can't.
Must advertise one all-in price to end web of deceit.
A bad day in the life of Steve Webb.
Culture secretary says actually maybe not to previous promises.
Wants £5 a month to carry on using a BT email address if you switch ISP.
The hijacking would have to be done by ISPs, and would be technologically reasonably simple to implement.
Needs to connect people faster because the economy is losing money goddamnit.
The Ofcom Chief Executive says she hopes they can reach a "voluntary agreement", and Sky ain't happy.
Finally, some good news for the print pornography market.
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