the title of post makes it sound like someone from BT has been nasty to someone, when all it was is someone going over their limit of course by the fairys that live in the house.
Ignore this obnoxious troll above.
He has slimed his way from another site and is trying to infect an otherwise decent site.
He can't help cos he knows nothing about anything.
On another site he calls himself Pigman. APT?
Was his helpful debut here.
On his other sites I have been told that he regularly changes his posting name.
Now you can see why.
Just ignore him
If you're going to claim someone is a troll, please have some credible sources instead of just stating where you saw them, this makes you seem like a troll yourself.
he dont like me because i pointed out flaws in his claim.
i dont know what site hes been on but his claim i have followed him is laughable, as a bt customer i have as much right to join this site as anyone else.
only reason i replied to you avidexpert was the title of topic was misleading.
"Phone monkeys" is the politest term I could think off 🙂 You don't seem to appreciate that my Mum is 77 years old and new to the internet. She has no awareness how much or little she is downloading (or actually even what a 'download' is).
She is on a pension so can't afford to upgrade, or pay more for the service.
Almost every other service provider out there provides a download monitor for use when the download limit is capped. We weren't told that BT would not provide this information when taking out the service.
We want out of the contract because the information provided is inadequate to effectively manage the usage.
Would you be happy if your phone bills weren't itemised so you could see what you'd used and what you've been charged for? With no download monitor, there is no way to verify BT's charging claims.
not wishing to get into argument with you builled since my post was just saying title was misleading.
www.downloads.com has a mac section with paid/trial and free stuff they do mac and pc, the link above is for mac internet usage software. might find something useful.
Did come across this for MAC:
No idea how good it is because I'm a PC user , but might be what your exaclty after though all the same.
Backatcha. . .
Use a Mac, not a Windows PC to register. . . then you'll be able to download the "OpenSource" executable. . . which corresponds to your environment. . .