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One million gigabit fiber for BT (British Telecum) and Openroach - None for UK customers
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They sell 10gbit fiber lines to each other for £150 a month.
Same as price in Singapore - $200 per month.
In ultra expensive Hong Kong, this drops to $18/m for 1gbit.

The customer of BT and Openroach (resellers) are being sold
the same fiber for £25,000 to £85,000 per year - However!

Whaaaaaatttttttthhhfaaaackkkkkhhhh....!!!!!

This is what they *fscking* charge the City to make
everything expensive whilst sacking 13,000 workers
instead of retraining them to install fiber.

All thanks to Offcum - the British Regulator who fscks up the
whole of UK with out of date regulations.
We need to take names and sack people in offcum to make changes happen.

Despite all this, fiber companies have
installed 1 million homes (about 4% of UK) with symmetric
gigabit fiber. Proving yet again offcum officials
are long overdue for sacking the shiitte out of them.

The Chancellor (some spreadsheet illiterate who does
row and column editing in wordprocessor mistaking
it for spreasheet activity) still turns up for work
daily signing away 1.5 beeelllion to BT still installing copper
which has to be all taken out by 2025. All of the current
installs easy be to install fiber on top of copper
because it uses less space, and no cabinets needed whilst ripping out
all copper to sell for scrap.


Londoners being put in way of digital harm by Mayoral oriffice
--------------------------------------------------------------

https://www.ispreview.co.uk/index.ph...broadband.html

A new cunning plan full of emptiness has been unveiled
by the beedy eyed Mayor of London Sick Dick Kant

Sick Dick Kant who doesn't know where to put his eyes when
he sees travel adverts featuring people in swimwear,
has stated that he plans to drive Londinistan into the ground
by making sure it doesn't receive anyone living in
existing houses in London will NOT receive a
single symmetric fiber optics Internet connection for
lets say £50 a month by 2020. This despite uber expensive
Kong Kong has 1gbit for $18/m, Singapore has 10gbits for
$200 a month and BT has 1 million 10gbit fiber lines
for £150 a month (same as Singapore) but sells it at
£25,000 per year along with their fscking resellers
which the fscking offcum trolls allow despite there
being rules about not selling products charging illegal
excess profits.

In short there will be no Londoners on 5G, IoT, AI / Automation
start ups. There is no bandwidth for that infrastructure.
All the new builds being announced amout to less than 1%
of the entire build. There is no point is claiming that
London is a tech scene for 5G, IoT, AI / Automation.
It isn't. I talked to many and they ALL say they CANNOT
buy the bandwidths they need. They are crippled by the
dishonesty of London pooliticians who promise heaven
but deliver Internet hell bottled in small chunks.

Most third world countries have faster Internet than UK.
They are on symmetric gigabit fiber Internet which is
cheaper to roll out than any other form of competing Internet
like the UK's shiite internet tech called "broadband Internet".
Every new install of Internet can be replaced by fiber Internet today
and it saves £100,000 after a few thousand lines because
there is no need for 'cabinets' in the streets,
and no need for power in the ducts, and less space usage.

London is already at the bottom of tech scene in terms of
an actual service provider of anything Internet based,
particularly to Londoners themselves. You can't even get
Internet on buses, tubes, trains and taxis so most retailers
are closing shops because they can't customers to do their
online shopping while they travel.
You can't hail a taxi whilst traveling into London.
You can't book a restraurant whilst traveling to it underground.
You can't get any access to fine lying speeches by UK pooliticians
in Parliament to Mayoral oriffice whilst being stuck in a tube.
You can't text someone to collect them at Heathrow.
No signal. Or its *fscking* timed out.

What the fsck digital can you do in London?

Absolutely nothing. Because it is run by pRicks who know
exactly NOTHING about technology or the new world
that has arrived all around the globe.

So you expecting investors to turn up, stick 1000 servers
into a room and connect it up to 200 10gbit lines?
Dream on fsckwits. Or go fscking jump off a cliff.



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Old June 18th 18, 01:44 PM posted to uk.telecom.broadband,uk.misc,uk.politics.misc,uk.finance
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Default One million gigabit fiber for BT (British Telecum) and Openroach - None for UK customers

BurfordTJustice wrote:

Still a dope smoking gay cum addict we see.


Looking in the mirror again troll?

Still I have idea why a troll like you poost on other threads.
Sad butt true - no one reads burpy's own poosts. Bwahaha..

No worries troll, you read my poost and send me 10p and i read it.


One million gigabit fiber for BT (British Telecum) and Openroach - None for UK customers
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

They sell 10gbit fiber lines to each other for £150 a month.
Same as price in Singapore - $200 per month.
In ultra expensive Hong Kong, this drops to $18/m for 1gbit.

The customer of BT and Openroach (resellers) are being sold
the same fiber for £25,000 to £85,000 per year - However!

Whaaaaaatttttttthhhfaaaackkkkkhhhh....!!!!!

This is what they *fscking* charge the City to make
everything expensive whilst sacking 13,000 workers
instead of retraining them to install fiber.

All thanks to Offcum - the British Regulator who fscks up the
whole of UK with out of date regulations.
We need to take names and sack people in offcum to make changes happen.

Despite all this, fiber companies have
installed 1 million homes (about 4% of UK) with symmetric
gigabit fiber. Proving yet again offcum officials
are long overdue for sacking the shiitte out of them.

The Chancellor (some spreadsheet illiterate who does
row and column editing in wordprocessor mistaking
it for spreasheet activity) still turns up for work
daily signing away 1.5 beeelllion to BT still installing copper
which has to be all taken out by 2025. All of the current
installs easy be to install fiber on top of copper
because it uses less space, and no cabinets needed whilst ripping out
all copper to sell for scrap.


Londoners being put in way of digital harm by Mayoral oriffice
--------------------------------------------------------------

https://www.ispreview.co.uk/index.ph...broadband.html

A new cunning plan full of emptiness has been unveiled
by the beedy eyed Mayor of London Sick Dick Kant

Sick Dick Kant who doesn't know where to put his eyes when
he sees travel adverts featuring people in swimwear,
has stated that he plans to drive Londinistan into the ground
by making sure it doesn't receive anyone living in
existing houses in London will NOT receive a
single symmetric fiber optics Internet connection for
lets say £50 a month by 2020. This despite uber expensive
Kong Kong has 1gbit for $18/m, Singapore has 10gbits for
$200 a month and BT has 1 million 10gbit fiber lines
for £150 a month (same as Singapore) but sells it at
£25,000 per year along with their fscking resellers
which the fscking offcum trolls allow despite there
being rules about not selling products charging illegal
excess profits.

In short there will be no Londoners on 5G, IoT, AI / Automation
start ups. There is no bandwidth for that infrastructure.
All the new builds being announced amout to less than 1%
of the entire build. There is no point is claiming that
London is a tech scene for 5G, IoT, AI / Automation.
It isn't. I talked to many and they ALL say they CANNOT
buy the bandwidths they need. They are crippled by the
dishonesty of London pooliticians who promise heaven
but deliver Internet hell bottled in small chunks.

Most third world countries have faster Internet than UK.
They are on symmetric gigabit fiber Internet which is
cheaper to roll out than any other form of competing Internet
like the UK's shiite internet tech called "broadband Internet".
Every new install of Internet can be replaced by fiber Internet today
and it saves £100,000 after a few thousand lines because
there is no need for 'cabinets' in the streets,
and no need for power in the ducts, and less space usage.

London is already at the bottom of tech scene in terms of
an actual service provider of anything Internet based,
particularly to Londoners themselves. You can't even get
Internet on buses, tubes, trains and taxis so most retailers
are closing shops because they can't customers to do their
online shopping while they travel.
You can't hail a taxi whilst traveling into London.
You can't book a restraurant whilst traveling to it underground.
You can't get any access to fine lying speeches by UK pooliticians
in Parliament to Mayoral oriffice whilst being stuck in a tube.
You can't text someone to collect them at Heathrow.
No signal. Or its *fscking* timed out.

What the fsck digital can you do in London?

Absolutely nothing. Because it is run by pRicks who know
exactly NOTHING about technology or the new world
that has arrived all around the globe.

So you expecting investors to turn up, stick 1000 servers
into a room and connect it up to 200 10gbit lines?
Dream on fsckwits. Or go fscking jump off a cliff.




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