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Yes, I decided to let you know I've finally got a BT Yahoo! Broadband connection active, and it works!

Nice and speedy browsing!
 
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Sweet :P

BB rocks soo much!! <D

OOI, what Connection speed u on?? :idea: :?:
 

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I don't know how i used to use 38 Kbs dial-up compared to 1Mbps soon when BT upgrade the phoneline to be upgraded to 8Mb. Broadband is also safer i believe
 
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Dialup is safer from a personal security point of view, really because it is too slow for a hacker to make contact with you as all the viruses nowadays use big files.
 

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Trouble is morons will get fatpipe then leave it open :roll:.
 

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tubechallenger said:
5MB, oh no sorry you didn't ask me. :mrgreen:
I think you mean 5mb (mega bits/second) ;)

Mb = mega bit
MB = mega byte
 

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AFAIK a nybble is any division of a byte?

Edit: Wikipedia seems to call it half a byte but I thought it coud be used for any division?
 
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