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What was this thread doing in the dreamcast section?

Topic Moved To --> FTP's & Weblinks (torrents are weblinks)

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i think thats about 38 dollars US

which most broadband is around $39.95 a month here so you get it slightly cheaper :)

the XMission is only $19.95 a month which is what caught my interest

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i think thats about 38 dollars US

which most broadband is around $39.95 a month here so you get it slightly cheaper :P

the XMission is only $19.95 a month which is what caught my interest

Yeah, it about the same price roughly,

The other half still isn’t convinced that there is no dial-up charge! She thinks you pay £30 plus pay for the length of time your on, lol

I’ll wait till the bill comes through and prove it lol :P

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I liked Shareaza for BitTorrent, but sometimes it doesn't always work. For problem torrents and most torrents recently, I used BitTorrent++. It's a memory hog, but it's pretty decent. Oh yeah, if you wanna know your downloads in B/s divide your b/s by 8 (8 bits = 1 byte).




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