YOU WON’T be surprised to hear that British Telecoms, otherwise known as BT, continues to mess around with my connection here in Oxford.
I was told that I’d get 5Mbps and the Summertown exchange is just a short distance away, but BT appears to be rationing everything.
For a premium service, it’s inferior. Eventually, like every Brit, I’ll lose my patience and phone the BT press office. I was kind of hoping that BT was threatened with some intelligence. Apparently not. I have almost lost my patience. ♦
I WAS WAITING in for the gas man today – the gas man did not cometh – but a special delivery tipped up through the post.
It was a special delivery from British Telecom, that firm has decided I need very special advice to set up my BT Broadband in Oxford.
Sorry, not a very good sunset tonight in Oxford for my loyal one reader, Doctor Drashek.
(Picture above, right now, from left to right: Charlie Demerjian from the INQster [see no evil], Rupert Goodwin [hear no evil], and a man from Intel [speak no evil] who can’t stop laughing – picture taken near the special cigarette factory Mao-tse Tung used to have). Cigarette smoking in public places was banned in Taiwan on the 15th of January this year. ♦