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robinbredin
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Dial up connection software

Whati it is, does BT still supply the software, if you want to go back to the dial up internet access.

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Keith_Beddoe
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@robinbredin wrote:

Whati it is, does BT still supply the software, if you want to go back to the dial up internet access.


Yes, but why would you want to do that?

 

I could probably find it for you, but don`t ask the helpdesk, they probably will not have a clue.

 

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Keith_Beddoe
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toekneem
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@robinbredin wrote:

Whati it is, does BT still supply the software, if you want to go back to the dial up internet access.


Why would you want to do thatSmiley Surprised

toekneem

(EASBF)

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Cryin5freeman
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Re: Dial up connection software

lol@dial up.

 

Even mobile internet is faster than dial up Smiley Happy

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Ectophile
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@toekneem wrote:

@robinbredin wrote:

Whati it is, does BT still supply the software, if you want to go back to the dial up internet access.


Why would you want to do thatSmiley Surprised



I've had a couple of occasions when my brodband was down, but the phone line was still working.  The only way to log on to read my emails was to dig out the old 56k modem and use BTYahoo dial-up.

 

Edit: I didn't download any software, just set up a dial-up network connection in Windows using the number 08457560000.

 

It's painfully slow, but better than nothing.

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spooksman
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Re: Dial up connection software

I'd be driving around looking for an OpenZone hotspot, or asking my neighbour 🙂
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toekneem
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Re: Dial up connection software


@Ectophile wrote:

@toekneem wrote:

@robinbredin wrote:

Whati it is, does BT still supply the software, if you want to go back to the dial up internet access.


Why would you want to do thatSmiley Surprised



I've had a couple of occasions when my brodband was down, but the phone line was still working.  The only way to log on to read my emails was to dig out the old 56k modem and use BTYahoo dial-up.

 

It's painfully slow, but better than nothing.


I thought thats what mobile phones were designed for(reading/writing emails) Smiley Very Happy  Nobody ever talks on them any more.

toekneem

(EASBF)

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robinbredin
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