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Re: Do you have access to WI Fi where you live?

Unread postby Koftruecross » 30 June 2019, 21:08

Jyrski.. I don't know how familiar..you are with the English language. But I think perhaps you should look up the definition of the word TOADY.. ...And NO it has nothing to do with a wart covered amphibian..
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Re: Do you have access to WI Fi where you live?

Unread postby Brenden » 30 June 2019, 21:22

Koftruecross wrote:Jyrski.. I don't know how familiar..you are with the English language. But I think perhaps you should look up the definition of the word TOADY.. ...And NO it has nothing to do with a wart covered amphibian..

Perhaps you should look up the etymology of toady. You'll find that it actually does have something to do with the amphibian.

While you're at it, you should look up what WiFi is, because it's not what you seem to think it is. WiFi is not synonymous with broadband.
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Re: Do you have access to WI Fi where you live?

Unread postby Jryski » 1 July 2019, 13:54

I'm not being servile towards anyone. Having said so, I still think you should wipe that surface down with a wet paper towel and I'm still pretty sure everyone on here has wifi. :P Ribbit
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Re: Do you have access to WI Fi where you live?

Unread postby mxguy01 » 1 July 2019, 18:09

Marmaduke wrote:I think WiFi was available in Appalachia at the same time as it was available everywhere else in America. Routers are delivered in the post. I think perhaps you’re talking about broadband internet access? Which isn’t surprising, providers are gonna take a lot longer to get their money back on fitting the infrastructure in the arse-end of bum fuck nowheresville. You’re gonna be the last one to get pretty much any technological advances on that front. 5G has just started rolling out and you may never see it in your lifetime. Maybe move to somewhere a little more commutable to a major population hub?


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Re: Do you have access to WI Fi where you live?

Unread postby erti » 1 July 2019, 21:44

I'd much rather live in bum fuck nowheresville than shadyville anytime.
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Re: Do you have access to WI Fi where you live?

Unread postby Eryx » 2 July 2019, 11:21

There's WiFi everywhere in my city, and the places that wouldn't have internet still have it because one of our major internet providers use a part of each person's internet connection to create open WiFi hubs. I have 4G on my phone and they give you so much to download each month that I never reach the limit, which is great. In other words, I'm universally online.

Hughesnet actually has coverage here in Brazil, but I didn't see anything about streaming stuff. Seems very expensive to pay US$ 57 a month just to have 10mb of satellite internet. How do they survive?
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Re: Do you have access to WI Fi where you live?

Unread postby Iamjava » 2 July 2019, 20:18

ours is 50gb.
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Re: Do you have access to WI Fi where you live?

Unread postby Oliver Rees 1020 » 2 July 2019, 21:05

Yes :finger:
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