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Ri ta

Reading all these comments surely there is a governing body who oversee and deal with such problems. Maybe someone should start a petition. Looking at the number of complaints soon enough on the list to get someone to take notice. I am also trying to cancel my contract but being not very good at computing not very successful. Also not in a good place. Recently widowed AND 90 years old!!!
09:07 Problems cancelling Tiscali
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grumpyoldwoman

You can't really compare corned beef to roast beef though! It's like comparing brie to strong cheddar. I love a corned beef sandwich, with tomato ketchup.
21/04 Why is corned beef so
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grumpyoldwoman

It may not go away, but seriously, who is it going to affect? The small percentage of the population who will not have had jabs will be unlikely to catch it as it's much less transmissible by people who've been vaccinated; and only a very tiny percentage of people who have been vaccinated are going to catch it, and only a few of them will get ill.

So anything Covid has to say is going to fall on deaf ears. We must return to normal soon.
21/04 Get on the soapbox
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Cromwell

The Daily Mail has become more censorious in the last few years. They do not like free speech
20/04 Discussion forum censorship on
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You

It's because no one cares anymore about customer service.
20/04 Online food shopping problems
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Jethro

You all seem to think that Covid is beaten with the jabs and that everthing is going to return to the way it was. Covid has got something to say about that.
19/04 Get on the soapbox
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Jethro

Mental illness is now the next epidemic in the UK. Covid has opened a pandoras box that was just below the visible surface and being managed by anti-psychotic drugs.
19/04 Get on the soapbox
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Jethro

British gas is in termoil, they are loosing customers at an alarming rate, in so much as their share prices are crashing and people are withdrawing their money from them. Their employees are being sacked, staffing is being reduced at an alarming rate, they are not furfilling their contractual obligations to their customers to the point of criminal behaviour. B/Gas is a crash waiting to happen.
18/04 Get on the soapbox
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JamesM

I live near Lymington, Hampshire and find the Three network the best in terms of local coverage and speed. In the New Forest, I struggle to get Virgin Mobile 4G Internet. Three provides much better coverage at 4G.

With respect to Internet speed at home, TalkTalk Broadband provides 37Mbps, Virgin Mobile about 20 Mbps and Three mobile between 80 and 110 Mbps.

I am more concerned with service delivery than customer service, but I would rate Three the worst. They make little attempt to listen and meet customer's expressed need. Meeting the needs of Three seems more important.

I live within line-of-sight of the Vodafone & Three repeaters, so I get excellent voice and Internet services at home. When I received my Virgin Mobile SIM, 4G worked at speeds similar to Three, but soon dropped way below.
17/04 Why is 3 mobile broadband so
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grumpy

3 slices =100 grams at pound fifty, 1,000 grams = 15 quid. a nice roast good part of beef 12quid,prosessed shit 15 quid never'
16/04 Why is corned beef so
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Billy Strapieon

Please contact Joxford Bags urgently!!!!!
16/04 Too many adverts on TV and
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Enough said

Two sides to every story though.
16/04 Disgusted by the Meghan Markle
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