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Wireless Broadband connection

Discussion in 'Firewalls and Networks' started by OwenR, Oct 11, 2004.

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  1. DJNafey

    DJNafey UK site moderator

    JimmyC, could you please post your question in a new thread (see the forum rules about "hijacking" other users' threads, which you agreed to when you registered). Thank you.

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  2. madmikejt12

    madmikejt12 Dedicated Member

    hi, i was just wondering if i was to do what OwenR has done, would i not get charged extra for using a wireless connection? also would this work with wanadoo broadband (£17.99 a month)??
    Thanks, Mike
     
  3. DJNafey

    DJNafey UK site moderator

    No, you won't get charged extra for going wireless - BT have got no way of knowing that you've done that anyway.

    If Wanadoo give you a standard USB ADSL modem like BT do, and if you've got a network card in your PC, then I see no reason why you couldn't use this kind of setup with Wanadoo as the ISP. NTL and other cable operators, on the other hand, use different equipment.

    CAN A MODERATOR PLEASE LOCK THIS THREAD NOW AS THERE HAVE BEEN FAR TOO MANY HIJACKINGS IN HERE !!

    Anyone else with a question: Please post it in a new thread as per the D-A-L.com forum rules. Thank you.

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