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your not kidding!

it'll be next month when i'm gone too, i was gonna transfer my account to my new address, but i think i'll try somwhere else first.

the only good thing about AOL at the minute is their unlimited download (which, i know, is still restricted, but at least you dont 'run out') which helps me keep up with my american shows via video stream, which eats away at the bandwidth limits imposed by other companys.

if anyone has a suggestion for a good, cheep supplier, i'd like to hear from you!

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I'm on Orange... much more reliable with the new router they sent me... 12 month contract at £10 per month, with the first 6 free... I reckoned that was alreet... Paying nowt for 6 months would be a start for a downpayment on an Ikea settee!

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