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Simply Usenet - Unlimited Usenet with SSL - £6.99

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unexpired, they have extended the offer. I have been using simply usenet for the last 2-3 weeks, and the speeds are the same, it could be a good deal for some people. They have accounts from £2.99
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ourdave;7997020
Life's too short Troll....get yourself out in the sun instead of trying to score points over bits and bytes.
The point was that Simply Usenet's speeds weren't down to traffic shaping....and I've just cancelled my contract and gone back to Astraweb because their download speeds make full of the line, unlike Simply.

And I said 1mbps - which is incorrect terminology full stop, as neither the M or the B are capitalised.
So 1MBps is ok and means 1 megabyte per second.
1Mbps is ok and means 1 megabit per second.
I said neither...so your interpretation that it meant bits was wrong.
You really need to brush up on your pedant skills.

LMFAO of at you big time you idiot. At least you admit you're an idiot so all good here. :-D
Life's too short Troll....get yourself out in the sun instead of trying to score points over bits and bytes.
The point was that Simply Usenet's speeds weren't down to traffic shaping....and I've just cancelled my contract and gone back to Astraweb because their download speeds make full of the line, unlike Simply.

And I said 1mbps - which is incorrect terminology full stop, as neither the M or the B are capitalised.
So 1MBps is ok and means 1 megabyte per second.
1Mbps is ok and means 1 megabit per second.
I said neither...so your interpretation that it meant bits was wrong.
You really need to brush up on your pedant skills.
ourdave;7994207
potatoes pot-a-toes

1.1 megabytes per second on a 10mb virgin media line is right.

yes, you are right this time

1.1mbps is clearly wrong though
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