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Author Topic: Virgin Media v G.Fast & Max  (Read 7768 times)


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Re: Virgin Media v G.Fast & Max
« Reply #90 on: May 08, 2019, 05:47:50 PM »

So much for not caring for :P

Perhaps you should have tried VM for yourself first as opposed taking one single opinion for your decision making. If that's all it takes to change your mind, I worry for you...

And max, if you do order Zen, please read the terms and conditions just in case you cancel your order with them too. More specifically:
12.2 The following cancellation charges shall apply for orders which have not yet been
activated but which have been processed:
a) where cancellation is more than 2 days before your order delivery date, a charge of
10.00 (plus VAT) will be payable; and
b) where cancellation is 2 or fewer days before order delivery date, a cancellation charge of
85 (plus VAT) will apply.

Also, as I mentioned in a post of mine in a different thread, go with 160/30 first then see what the engineer's JDSU says. You can upgrade to 330/50 later with only a new contract, but downgrading counts as early termination.
ISP: Zen - 330/50

Gigaclear FTTP for 2021? Maybe it's too late.


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Re: Virgin Media v G.Fast & Max
« Reply #91 on: May 08, 2019, 05:54:19 PM »

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