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For Sale: NTL Broadband Modem NTL 200 £5.00

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7y, 5m agoPosted 7 years, 5 months agoFeedback:300 Positive/0 Neutral/0 Negative
Don't know if this is any use to anyone, maybe for the bits inside.

Model no. 08004EU

£5 delivered

This is just the modem, no leads or PSU
- bassman_uk
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7y, 5m agoPosted 7 years, 5 months agoFeedback:300 Positive/0 Neutral/0 Negative
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#1
reserved for pics
#2
Selling an ntl/Virgin Media modem is breaking the law. The modem belongs to ntl/VM and is only rented. Also you would be unable to use the modem even if you did buy it.
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SunTzu
Selling an ntl/Virgin Media modem is breaking the law. The modem belongs to ntl/VM and is only rented. Also you would be unable to use the modem even if you did buy it.


can you back your Statement up with proof please
#4
SunTzu
Selling an ntl/Virgin Media modem is breaking the law. The modem belongs to ntl/VM and is only rented. Also you would be unable to use the modem even if you did buy it.


Please could you point me in the direction where it states it is against the law please?
This is an oldish modem, and as NTL now technically doesn't exist, is it still illegal?

As per my title, I've said that maybe someone could use the internals for something.

If you can point me to where it states it is illegal, given the fact that NTL doesn't exist, and the fact I've not been an NTL customer for 5 years now and they failed to collect it back from me when they collected the Cable box, telling me to keep it, Then I will gladly pull the item from sale :)
1 Like #5
murabi
can you back your Statement up with proof please


Thank you :)
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SunTzu;5546523
Selling an ntl/Virgin Media modem is breaking the law. The modem belongs to ntl/VM and is only rented. Also you would be unable to use the modem even if you did buy it.


These modems are fine to sell, it's the new ones that can be a problem, but even with them Virgin don't seem to care anymore I have two newer modems here that Virgin told me I can do as I please with for instance.
#7
bassman_uk
Please could you point me in the direction where it states it is against the law please?
This is an oldish modem, and as NTL now technically doesn't exist, is it still illegal?

As per my title, I've said that maybe someone could use the internals for something.

If you can point me to where it states it is illegal, given the fact that NTL doesn't exist, and the fact I've not been an NTL customer for 5 years now and they failed to collect it back from me when they collected the Cable box, telling me to keep it, Then I will gladly pull the item from sale :)


Well NTL does exist. Its a subsidiary company of the virgin media group and was merged with telewest.It produces company accounts (ntl Business Limited). Legally your service agreement did state that it remains the property of NTL and when Virgin group bought the company it's assets were bought (your box).

As for them giving a toss no they wont.
#8
SunTzu
Selling an ntl/Virgin Media modem is breaking the law. The modem belongs to ntl/VM and is only rented. Also you would be unable to use the modem even if you did buy it.


what a crock of chit

you try asking them to collect an old modem and you will see they dont care they never pick it up
#9
jamstaruk1972
what a crock of chit

you try asking them to collect an old modem and you will see they dont care they never pick it up


Or you could phone them up and ask them if you can sell it!:thumbsup:
#10
When I was with NTL they took back the set top box, but didnt want the modem
#11
it still won't work on the current cable network, as the modem needs to be activated and registered with Virgin to your account at your address. same as a cable box/card does.
#12
SunTzu
Selling an ntl/Virgin Media modem is breaking the law. The modem belongs to ntl/VM and is only rented. Also you would be unable to use the modem even if you did buy it.


Rubbish, vigin media even told me i can throw away two modems i have from NTL....as they are old, i sold them :)
#13
stepp
Rubbish, vigin media even told me i can throw away two modems i have from NTL....as they are old, i sold them :)


Yes throw it away, not sell it.
#14
GAVINLEWISHUKD
Well NTL does exist. Its a subsidiary company of the virgin media group and was merged with telewest.It produces company accounts (ntl Business Limited). Legally your service agreement did state that it remains the property of NTL and when Virgin group bought the company it's assets were bought (your box).

As for them giving a toss no they wont.


jamstaruk1972
what a crock of chit

you try asking them to collect an old modem and you will see they dont care they never pick it up


GAVINLEWISHUKD
Or you could phone them up and ask them if you can sell it!:thumbsup:


pinkleponkle
When I was with NTL they took back the set top box, but didnt want the modem


slackrat77
it still won't work on the current cable network, as the modem needs to be activated and registered with Virgin to your account at your address. same as a cable box/card does.


stepp
Rubbish, vigin media even told me i can throw away two modems i have from NTL....as they are old, i sold them :)


GAVINLEWISHUKD
Yes throw it away, not sell it.



Thanks for all the input guys, but could we keep posts now to interested parties only please? :)
#15
SunTzu is right. These are illegal to sell as they dont belong to you in the first place.

But, in the end, they dont care.
#16

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