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  • TMobile broadband setup
    top up card will be located in the pack and can be topped up in shops online or over the phone First up was to remove the sim card holder from the side of the USB modem it is located on the side of the modem and is easy to pull out The location of the sim card holder can be seen in the image to the right You then need to remove the actual sim card from the sim card carrier by carefully twisting it The sim card will be located in a credit card sized plastic card and stuck to a piece of paper in the pack You next need to slide the sim card into the sim card holder there is only one correct way to do this and it is marked on the underside of the sim card holder Below is an example of the correct way to insert the sim card and also an incorrect way You need to make sure the cut edge corner goes in first with the metal part of the sim card facing you Correct way to insert sim card Incorrect way to insert sim card After inserting the TMobile sim card into the sim card holder you need to then put the sim card holder back into the USB modem The correct way to put this in is with the face of the sim card facing down if the top of the modem is facing up indicated with the TMobile logo being the top View below for an example Correct way to insert sim card holder Incorrect way to insert sim card holder You should make sure that your computer Laptop is now switched on and ready before you proceed to do anything else You need to take the USB cable and connect the mini USB connector the smaller connection of the two into the USB modem Note there are 2 USB cables in the pack you should only need the smaller cable with the one small and one larger USB connections The other USB cable that has the mini USB and the 2 larger USB connections is only really needed when more power is needed and the light on the TMobile web n walk USB modem doesn t come on The other end of the cable need the larger USB connection plugging into the computer Laptop The computer should automatically detect the new hardware and with most PCs the install program will automatically start to run it may take a minute There are then a series of prompts to go through to complete the installation they are very straight forward and appear in the following order you should not really need to change anything as the default settings and locations should be appropriate for most users The first is to tell you to close any other applications before you install the TMobile web n walk USB modem Click Next The second is to agree to the License agreement Click

    Original URL path: http://www.broadbandwatchdog.co.uk/tmobile-broadband-setup.php (2016-02-10)
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  • TMobile broadband cut to £2 per day
    Broadband News TMobile broadband cut to 2 per day TMobile broadband cut to 2 per day 23rd September 2008 TMobile pay as you go broadband has been cut to 2 per day TMobile Broadband have reduced the price of their Pay Per Day broadband to just 2 per day This price is half what it used to cost and is likely to make the Tmobile broadband an attractive option for any mobile broadband users who only need infrequent mobile broadband internet access The TMobile Broadband Pay Per day is available with 3 different options all which offer a 3GB data transfer limit The available Pay Per Day options are 1 Day 2 7 Day 10 30 Day 20 Customers need to buy a USB Modem Stick 110 for 49 99 The modem stick also doubles up as a memory stick when a Micro SD card is plugged into it which makes it a great portable device for storing information and also connecting to the internet It is also compatible in the USA and Australia so users can connect to mobile broadband from these countries too The fair use policy of 3GB from TMobile is good in that if a user

    Original URL path: http://www.broadbandwatchdog.co.uk/news/230908-279 (2016-02-10)
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  • ISP Awards 2008 results
    Broadband Pay Monthly Mobile Broadband MiFi Fibre Broadband Business Broadband Business Broadband Providers Broadband Guide Beginners Wireless Broadband Change Broadband Providers Broadband Speeds 24Mb Broadband ADSL2 50Mb Broadband 100Mb Broadband Broadband Broadband News ISP Awards 2008 results ISP Awards 2008 results 17th March 2008 Results of the 2008 ISP Awards The ISP Awards results were announced on Friday at The Marriott Hotel Grosvenor Square London The results of the various categories can be viewed below along with all the nominations Award Nominees Winner Best Consumer ISP BT Orange PlusNet Tiscali Virgin Media Vispa PlusNet Best Consumer Broadband Entanet NewNet Seriously Internet Virgin Media Waitrose NewNet Best Business Broadband Claranet Datanet Lumison NewNet PlusNet Datanet Best Business ISP Claranet Datanet Eclipse Entanet PlusNet Eclipse Best Wireless ISP BOZII Kijoma South West Internet T Mobile Vodafone Vodafone Best Consumer Email Entanet NewNet Pipex Vispa Waitrose Entanet Best Business Email Datanet Eclipse Lumison NewNet Zen Eclipse Best Dial Up Datanet Entanet Exa Vispa Waitrose Waitrose Best Internet Telephony Entanet Keen Computers Lumison Tesco Zen Entanet Best Shared Hosting 123 reg Easyspace Exa Namesco UK 2 Namesco Best Dedicated Hosting Namesco Netcetera UK 2 UKFast Webfusion UKFast Best Streaming Astream Global Digital Broadcast Kinura

    Original URL path: http://www.broadbandwatchdog.co.uk/news/170308-243 (2016-02-10)
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  • ISP Award nominations 2008
    Business Broadband Business Broadband Providers Broadband Guide Beginners Wireless Broadband Change Broadband Providers Broadband Speeds 24Mb Broadband ADSL2 50Mb Broadband 100Mb Broadband Broadband Broadband News ISP Award nominations 2008 ISP Award nominations 2008 23rd January 2008 The nominations for this years 2008 iSPAs are out Once again it is that time of year when the nominations for the ISP Awards iSPAs are announced The results will be announced on the night of the Friday 14th March at Marriott Grosvenor Square London There are 16 categories with awards up for grabs Award Nominees Best Consumer ISP BT Orange PlusNet Tiscali Virgin Media Vispa Best Consumer Broadband Entanet NewNet Seriously Internet Virgin Media Waitrose Best Business Broadband Claranet Datanet Lumison NewNet PlusNet Best Business ISP Claranet Datanet Eclipse Entanet PlusNet Best Wireless ISP BOZII Kijoma South West Internet T Mobile Vodafone Best Consumer Email Entanet NewNet Pipex Vispa Waitrose Best Business Email Datanet Eclipse Lumison NewNet Zen Best Dial Up Datanet Entanet Exa Vispa Waitrose Best Internet Telephony Entanet Keen Computers Lumison Tesco Zen Best Shared Hosting 123 reg Easyspace Exa Namesco UK 2 Best Dedicated Hosting Namesco Netcetera UK 2 UKFast Webfusion Best Streaming Astream Global Digital Broadcast Kinura Media On

    Original URL path: http://www.broadbandwatchdog.co.uk/news/230108-229 (2016-02-10)
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  • Virgin Media
    Wireless Broadband Change Broadband Providers Broadband Speeds 24Mb Broadband ADSL2 50Mb Broadband 100Mb Broadband Broadband Broadband Providers Virgin Media Broadband Virgin Media Virgin Media Company Virgin Media is another division of the Virgin group of companies set up by Sir Richard Branson that deals with telecommunications such as broadband TV and phone The Virgin Media part looks after the Virgin broadband Virgin TV Virgin Mobile Virgin Mobile broadband and Virgin phone The Virgin Media phrase is Watch it surf it talk it walk it as they are able to provide users with TV broadband phone and mobile all from the same place Customers of Virgin Media are able to purchase multiple services form them usually the more services a customer buys the better the deal they will receive As part of the Virgin digital TV offering Virgin can now offer V which allows their digital TV customers to pause rewind and record live TV The Broadband on offer where available is cable broadband which is different than most other broadband provided in the UK Cable broadband uses fibre optic cable and is able to deliver data much faster than the standard copper wire used by BT and other providers As

    Original URL path: http://www.broadbandwatchdog.co.uk/virgin-media-company.php (2016-02-10)
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  • Virgin Media broadband trial 200Mb broadband
    200Mb broadband 7th May 2009 A 200Mb broadband trial has been started by Virgin Media to test the latest DOCSIS 3 0 technology and how true Wideband services may be embraced in the future Virgin Media broadband have started a customer pilot test of 200Mb broadband via it s cable network Utilising the next generation DOCSIS 3 0 technology Virgin broadband say that this is the fastest speed being offered in the world with the technology The pilot test will run for 6 months and has been rolled out to around 100 testers which includes Virgin Media staff and consumers in Asford Kent Virgin want to see how true wideband services may be used and embraced by consumers in the future such as for watching HD TV and used for home security and surveillance Those who have been selected to try out the 200Mb broadband were specially chosen as those who are tech savvy and have high end PC s to make the most out of the broadband and many are believed to be those who helped Virgin test their 50Mb broadband before that was rolled out This is yet another big statement of intent from Virgin Media even though

    Original URL path: http://www.broadbandwatchdog.co.uk/news/070509-329 (2016-02-10)
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  • Virgin to give free upgrade to 10Mb for 2Mb customers
    Media broadband customers who are on the 2Mb broadband will receive a free upgrade to 10Mb as Virgin move to scrap the 2Mb broadband offering Some broadband news that we are late reporting on is that of Virgin Media will be giving around 2 6 million of their cable broadband customers an upgrade from 2Mb to 10Mb broadband for free The free speed upgrade is set to take place in May and is another positive move from Virgin Media to make them the broadband provider offering the fastest broadband This now puts Virgin Media broadband speeds at 10Mb 20Mb 50Mb The 2Mb broadband will be wiped meaning the slowest broadband on offer from Virgin will be a healthy 10Mb Currently those on 2Mb broadband pay around 10 per month after the upgrade the price is likely to increase slightly but will be less than the 14 per month that current 10Mb customers who also have a Virgin phone line are charged Virgin Media do have a traffic management system in place that monitors users downloads currently on the Broadband L package 10Mb broadband speed once the user hits the daily trigger level their broadband speed is reduced to 2 5Mb so for any current 2Mb broadband users the upgrade looks brilliant because even if they do trigger the download limiter their capped speed will still be faster than their old 2Mb broadband connection It is unknown if Virgin will revise these trigger levels or not at the present time but we can t see any reason for them to do so We are likely to see Virgin Media trying extra hard to get new customers onto their cable broadband services while they are the only ones able to offer the fastest speeds With the news yesterday that it looks like

    Original URL path: http://www.broadbandwatchdog.co.uk/news/030309-302 (2016-02-10)
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  • Virgin 50Mb broadband trial in Warrington
    Wireless Broadband Change Broadband Providers Broadband Speeds 24Mb Broadband ADSL2 50Mb Broadband 100Mb Broadband Broadband Broadband News Virgin 50Mb broadband trial in Warrington Virgin 50Mb broadband trial in Warrington 17th November 2008 200 Virgin Media customers in Warrington will get to trial the new 50Mb broadband 200 Virgin Media customers in Warrington have been invited by Virgin Media to test their new 50Mb broadband package for 2 months at no extra cost The customer testing of this new XXL package will eventually result in seeing it rolled out across the Virgin Media network during 2009 Those customers who take up the 50Mb broadband trial will receive a new modem from Virgin and the free upgrade to the new faster speeds These customers will then be expected to fill out questionnaires for Virgin about the service in exchange Currently there is no pricing information available about how much the new 50Mb broadband will cost but hopefully it will be competitively priced and will no doubt also be available as part of a Virgin bundle of services Virgin can offer these faster speeds as they have their own cable network and don t run on the standard copper wire network that BT

    Original URL path: http://www.broadbandwatchdog.co.uk/news/171108-286 (2016-02-10)
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