Probably the most appropriate compromise might be to suggest that external access to the roof is most appropriate, and that EE/Three can start assembling the scaffolding in the street.
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6310i's were fantastic, but the removable battery was a necessity. They only had a phenomenal battery life if you didn't use them. It was entirely a different time, when we still talked on the phone *a lot*. With a 3 or 4 hour talk time, you needed a couple of batteries in your briefcase to get through the day.
300/45Mb connection, plus landline, anytime "calls and mobile for about £75/month. I think the guarantee is 150Mbps down.
Is that what Corbyn will be giving everyone?"
I believe the promise was a gold standard connection so I'd expect 2x 10G FTTP following diverse physical and network paths. A generous IPv4 and Ipv6 allocations and uncontend.
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