best broadband phone provider haverforwest

#1
Hi all anyone in haverfordwest advise me on best broadband/phone provider in this area looked on the net and top speed is 8mb just wondered if anyone there has personal experience of who is any good cheers
 
#3
Matelot I have looked on those sites and asked for personal experience as its been several years since i lived in the uk so if you dont have any shut the fck up AND as for my grammar it was a quick post whilst i was in between clients.
 
#4
lingpotx said:
Matelot I have looked on those sites and asked for personal experience as its been several years since i lived in the uk so if you dont have any shut the fck up AND as for my grammar it was a quick post whilst i was in between clients.


You obviously can't read either as well.

Try www.moneysavingexpert.com & www.moneysupermarket.com for some useful advice on broadband issues.
Trust me, there's an awful lot more people on there who will post about their personal experiences with various ISP's than on here. Now get back in your box you mong.

In between clients? How much do you charge for a happy finish?
 
#5
lingpotx said:
Matelot I have looked on those sites and asked for personal experience as its been several years since i lived in the uk so if you dont have any shut the fck up AND as for my grammar it was a quick post whilst i was in between clients.

Nice bite!!
 
#6
If you're a Sky customer you could do worse than give them a ring. I phoned them for their rates and found out that, because I was already a Sky customer, all I had to do was pay £30 for the wireless router and that's it. Forever. My line speed isn't great, but I don't look gift horses in the mouth very often.
 
#7
if you live in an area where you cant get sky - e.g. conservation area etc, I would go for tiscali, £27ppm including all landline calls, line rental 16mb, free international calls and cheap mobiles. Personally they were the best for me, but someone might be able to advise better as i chose my provider in a hurry (mrs arby was shouting a lot)

p.s. can I abuse you a bit for your grammer now?
 
#8
lingpotx said:
Matelot I have looked on those sites and asked for personal experience as its been several years since i lived in the uk so if you dont have any shut the fck up AND as for my grammar it was a quick post whilst i was in between clients.

I was going to help you, but after reading that post you can poke off.

Tough luck, as I used to run an ISP.
 
#10
I have just moved to the area and was quoted a max of 5.5Mb/s, however i am getting just over 6.7Mb/s with BT, although at the more expensive end of the range, unless you have had a BT line for more than 12 months you will not be able to utilise the companies like tiscali or pipex for their phone and broadband package because they require a BT line to to transfer to them.
 
#13
RHODESIAN said:
Like with like,manners don't cost anything
A fair comment but as you say, manners cost nothing so why not use them even when faced with abuse? Instead of becoming the very thing you are criticising (obviously thats not directed at you personally Rhodesian).

Oh, meant to put on my last post ...

www.adslguide.org is another to perhaps look at. Always good to check as many sources as you can to get a good, rounded opinion.
 
#14
Harry_Monk said:
RHODESIAN said:
Like with like,manners don't cost anything
A fair comment but as you say, manners cost nothing so why not use them even when faced with abuse? Instead of becoming the very thing you are criticising (obviously thats not directed at you personally Rhodesian).

Oh, meant to put on my last post ...

www.adslguide.org is another to perhaps look at. Always good to check as many sources as you can to get a good, rounded opinion.
Umm.

This is like the old question of "If we kill people who kill other people we become just like them". Wrong. The point is that they make the decision to kill first (be abusive), so therefore they deserve to be treated as they like to treat others.

This does not make you the same as them, as they ask to be treated this way surely?
 
#15
Harry_Monk said:
Pot, Kettle and Black ...... anyone ?
Racist b*stard.
 
#16
"A fair comment but as you say, manners cost nothing so why not use them even when faced with abuse? Instead of becoming the very thing you are criticising (obviously thats not directed at you personally Rhodesian)."

I see were you are coming from but Lingpotx wanted help from us with his very first post but couldn't even be bothered to make any effort with his question,and then when told about basic English blew his top,it has been my experience when dealing with this type of person kindness is often mistaken for weakness.If I wanted the help of other people I would make an effort but hey ho we are all different (not personal Harry_Monk)
 
#17
EX_REME said:
Harry_Monk said:
RHODESIAN said:
Like with like,manners don't cost anything
A fair comment but as you say, manners cost nothing so why not use them even when faced with abuse? Instead of becoming the very thing you are criticising (obviously thats not directed at you personally Rhodesian).

Oh, meant to put on my last post ...

www.adslguide.org is another to perhaps look at. Always good to check as many sources as you can to get a good, rounded opinion.
Umm.

This is like the old question of "If we kill people who kill other people we become just like them". Wrong. The point is that they make the decision to kill first (be abusive), so therefore they deserve to be treated as they like to treat others.

This does not make you the same as them, as they ask to be treated this way surely?
Maybe it is just me, I don't know. I have no problem with criticising the original post and in reality the attitude of it did not warrant a reply, but, I would not then respond, critically, about their attitude with the same bad attitude. I personally think it is far better to respond intelligently (if you feel you have to respond, rather than just ignoring it if you don't like it).

I don't agree with you on the 'killin' comparison though. Yes they make the decision first, but why lower your own moral standards just because someone else is? I am a firm believer in maintaining my own standards even in the face of adversity. If I can not maintain my own standards I can not justify (to myself) criticising anyone elses.

RHODESIAN said:
"A fair comment but as you say, manners cost nothing so why not use them even when faced with abuse? Instead of becoming the very thing you are criticising (obviously thats not directed at you personally Rhodesian)."

I see were you are coming from but Lingpotx wanted help from us with his very first post but couldn't even be bothered to make any effort with his question,and then when told about basic English blew his top,it has been my experience when dealing with this type of person kindness is often mistaken for weakness.If I wanted the help of other people I would make an effort but hey ho we are all different (not personal Harry_Monk)
I agree and nothing personal taken. Its force of habit for me to put things like that at the end of certain post types when I don't know anything about the person I am replying too. I have, in the past, been seriously slagged off on forums (not this one) for making a general, non specific comment in reply to someone, that they have taken personally. I just tend to put a little disclaimer on them initially now, it helps keep the peace and maintain a level headed discussion.
 
#18
Harry_Monk said:
EX_REME said:
Harry_Monk said:
RHODESIAN said:
Like with like,manners don't cost anything
A fair comment but as you say, manners cost nothing so why not use them even when faced with abuse? Instead of becoming the very thing you are criticising (obviously thats not directed at you personally Rhodesian).

Oh, meant to put on my last post ...

www.adslguide.org is another to perhaps look at. Always good to check as many sources as you can to get a good, rounded opinion.
Umm.

This is like the old question of "If we kill people who kill other people we become just like them". Wrong. The point is that they make the decision to kill first (be abusive), so therefore they deserve to be treated as they like to treat others.

This does not make you the same as them, as they ask to be treated this way surely?
Maybe it is just me, I don't know. I have no problem with criticising the original post and in reality the attitude of it did not warrant a reply, but, I would not then respond, critically, about their attitude with the same bad attitude. I personally think it is far better to respond intelligently (if you feel you have to respond, rather than just ignoring it if you don't like it).

I don't agree with you on the 'killin' comparison though. Yes they make the decision first, but why lower your own moral standards just because someone else is? I am a firm believer in maintaining my own standards even in the face of adversity. If I can not maintain my own standards I can not justify (to myself) criticising anyone elses.

RHODESIAN said:
"A fair comment but as you say, manners cost nothing so why not use them even when faced with abuse? Instead of becoming the very thing you are criticising (obviously thats not directed at you personally Rhodesian)."

I see were you are coming from but Lingpotx wanted help from us with his very first post but couldn't even be bothered to make any effort with his question,and then when told about basic English blew his top,it has been my experience when dealing with this type of person kindness is often mistaken for weakness.If I wanted the help of other people I would make an effort but hey ho we are all different (not personal Harry_Monk)
I agree and nothing personal taken. Its force of habit for me to put things like that at the end of certain post types when I don't know anything about the person I am replying too. I have, in the past, been seriously slagged off on forums (not this one) for making a general, non specific comment in reply to someone, that they have taken personally. I just tend to put a little disclaimer on them initially now, it helps keep the peace and maintain a level headed discussion.
I think you are missing the point.

I do not have to "lower" my standards. They have done something that I think deserves something done to them back.

I would never intentionally do what that sort of person does (kill or whatever innocent people), EVER. So no, my standards are still intact.
 
#19
In reply to Ex_Reme (not quoted to save space, nothing more annoying than having to scroll through pages of 'quote' for short replied)

Fair point, I think its a simple case of generally differing points of view, we both seem to agree that each other points are potentially correct, just looked at from different angles really.

Anyway, back to slating the OP for their attitude :twisted:
 
#20
Its a good habit you've got there Harry_Monk,but I still think the OP is a bad tempered t0sser
Cheers Pal
 

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