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Re: [opensuse] Fibre speed [Was: raid use case]
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On 2015-06-01 17:45, buhorojo wrote:
On 01/06/15 13:02, Carlos E. R. wrote:

But 4G is not WiFi, but cellular (mobile).
Oh, OK. It still does Internet so not sure what is the difference.
Also it isn't available everywhere in Spain but unless you're
running a lot of devices and you have 4g in your zone we'd
recommend to have a look at it. It's a lot cheaper than fibra. Most
phones don't work, but the box they give you converts it so both
your computer and phone will work. Most Orange stores will demo

Besides what James says, 4G here has a download limit per month. And I
download a lot, even when having a 1Mbps ADSL.

Another reason that blocks me from switching ISP, is that as you can
see I use the mail service of the ISP. If I go to another provider, I
would have to tell many people to change address. And resubscribe many
services. Doable, but a pain.

The sales people talk of "phone migration", but they forget that
things like email migration are impossible.

We had precedents. Time ago there was "". It disappeared.
They had instructions for mail migration... bullshit. What they did
was move the contents of your folder to another domain. Not redirect
email sent to the old address to the new address.

So no, I'm not prepared at all to switch providers.

And fiber is nice, any way... it has problems, yes, but also
advantages :-)

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Cheers / Saludos,

Carlos E. R.

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