makes me laugh
I have an iphone on o2, I have my home broadband through o2.
I cannot use 3g to read the B3ta.com newsletter or use the B3ta app due to o2's new filter.
If i use wifi connection through my home router i can visit the B3ta website, use the app and apparantly there is something called pron??? I can consume at my (p)leasure. This occurs without any kind of obstruction.
So to me this is an unbelievable double standard, and they will ot lift the filter for my unless I use a 3rd party company to verify and credit card transaction or take time out of my life to find a photo id and go to an o2 shop.
Also trying to explain to the faceless drone on the end of the phone when I call them that if I can visit the darker corners of the internet without restriction at home through bb supplied by them that having the filter on my phone contract is well silly.....
there explanation I have recieved is that its to protect children from accidently going to places they shouldn't be going to.
epic fail o2