on 01-03-2011 15:28
on 01-03-2011 15:36 - last edited on 20-06-2012 06:27 by Admin
on 01-03-2011 15:40
on 01-03-2011 23:40
on 02-03-2011 09:43
on 02-03-2011 12:20
on 02-03-2011 12:45
The point you're missing, Beaufighter, is that O2 should have absolutely no hand in what I browse on the Internet. The fact they're blocking sites like translate.google.com drives home the banality of it.
I've been on my o2 contract since June and today is the first time this has happened. They expect me to go out of my way, all of a sudden, to remove some bullshit block that wasn't there in the first place? And charge me.
Then, to top it all off, the site's been hammered so much by traffic that the server has died.
So please, stop your sycophantic pandering posts, you cannot explain away o2's insane new policy.
on 02-03-2011 13:23
on 02-03-2011 13:40