Jump to content
Fancy running a forum? Sheffield Forum is for sale! Learn more

auto98uk

Members
  • Content Count

    9,211
  • Joined

  • Last visited

About auto98uk

  • Rank
    Lost the Game

Personal Information

  • Location
    Under the boardwalk
  • Interests
    Sitting down by the sea
  • Occupation
    First meeting you

Recent Profile Visitors

The recent visitors block is disabled and is not being shown to other users.

  1. Anyone know if there is anywhere either internet based, or not too far from Sheffield, where you can configure your own TV cabinet - really struggling to find one that fits our requirements with speakers etc (mainly centre and subwoofer for the 5.1 system).
  2. HI all, Can anyone recommend someone to clear out a smallish shed & some rubble type stuff along with getting a washing machine downstairs, and disposing of it all? We wouldn't be able to assist at all, so are talking about at least two people to get the washing machine downstairs (though it is partly broken up, if you have tools you could take the concrete blocks off and probably do it as one person) edit: Trustworthy in that we dont want it flytipping!
  3. For the first minute there are, £6 one off charge, $3.60 for the first minute and then the phone providers access charge (wont even go into 118 numbers which can be well over £10 for a few seconds of calling). TPS takes a good while to have an effect because of how it works, it isnt immediate.
  4. Did you just make this up? They have ADSL (Unlimited), Fibre (Unlimited) and Fibre Extra (Unlimited)
  5. Is it the charger that came with it? I've seen them have problems with lower amperage chargers before.
  6. Just wondering if there is anyone here on the intake exchange (cabinet 71 to be precise) having any packet loss/speed issues (origin BB)? These are my TBB graphs 15th to today, they look to me to be congestion related (packet loss in the day and evening, clearish in the early hours & it doesn't matter if I am using the connection or not) but Origin assure me that the links I am running over have no capacity issues. http://www.thinkbroadband.com/ping/share/1b550cda70a1e65b98004d2ec6279739-15-11-2016.html http://www.thinkbroadband.com/ping/share/d8229c7373db0d4e822beaf2d5023ff5-16-11-2016.html http://www.thinkbroadband.com/ping/share/f6de6064236e610156738590b0b3b06e-17-11-2016.html http://www.thinkbroadband.com/ping/share/d35f4f6a1317e652150ac2be30522cb9-18-11-2016.html http://www.thinkbroadband.com/ping/share/76dd19f11374acf025011983a1f76390-19-11-2016.html http://www.thinkbroadband.com/ping/share/34c63ea074c77669a92e4e716e6c0726-20-11-2016.html Generally speaking I get around 20Mb (+/- 10Mb) of my 80Mb, with the odd time where it seems to work fine (as always, I finally got someone useful on the phone and got 60Mb...). Sync is ok, 73Mb, although this has gone down in the last few weeks from the full 80Mb Turns out this has been going on for some time, but cos i have two connections load balanced I hadn't really noticed - looking back it is better than it used to be, this was typical a couple of weeks ago: http://www.thinkbroadband.com/ping/share/965970db4fc4593fd8870a9fb8215d60-07-11-2016.html
  7. Just as another note as well, yahoo requires a periodic sign in via their website - it may not be the change of password but the sign-in that fixed it.
  8. Just to add to the above, if you see it on every site, it is worth checking the date and time on your computer is correct - a security certificate is only valid for a certain period of time and if the clock is wrong the certificate will appear invalid.
  9. If you go into the router settings and click disconnect, then turn it off you are fine as your router basically sends a message to the exchange to tell it it is being turned off now. I do sometimes wonder why no-one has brought out a router with a button that does that for you.
  10. So you can walk into a shop and take what you want without paying because no contract exists? ---------- Post added 03-08-2016 at 20:56 ---------- You have entered into an agreement by using the website, just not a sales contract.
  11. But "handing over the money" isn't the same online as in a shop, thats the part you don't seem to get. The terms of use of the website may specify that an acceptance email is not necessarily the start of a contract in terms of selling something - but there is a difference between accepting the terms of a website (by using it) and the start of a contract to sell. Where that is the case (and it usually is the case if lawyers have been involved in the writing up of the website t&cs) even the handing over of the money and an acceptance email is considered to only be an offer of a contract (from you, the prospective buyer) - the sellers still have to accept it at a later stage for their to be a valid sales contract.
  12. IIRC it is an offer to purchase - so if the company don't supply the goods they obviously cant keep the money.
  13. I read it differently tbh - to say that the order has not been accepted at that point, and therefore there can't be a contract formed.
  14. They can and do change when a contract comes into effect though. eg http://www.telegraph.co.uk/finance/personalfinance/money-saving-tips/10602641/Price-glitches-Do-retailers-have-to-honour-pricing-mistakes.html
×
×
  • Create New...

Important Information

We have placed cookies on your device to help make this website better. You can adjust your cookie settings, otherwise we'll assume you're okay to continue.