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    Quote Originally Posted by northernladuk View Post
    According to the Vodafone comparison page the Sky one is £33 so you must have a bad deal. Ring their customer retention team and tell them you are thinking about going to someone else unless they can do something for you.

    Also the £26 Voda offer is for existing mobile users but yours will be in the company name won't they so you won't quality?
    Vodaphone offer includes home phone too. Its extra on top with Sky again...

    I am existing vodaphone customer. Currently not in company name.
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    I'd stick with BT/Plusnet. It's also worth considering switching each time your contract is up, it can save you money and get you the latest gear.

    Also, I hear that Vodafone is not great for contractors as there are parking issues.
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    Quote Originally Posted by filthy1980 View Post
    you can certainly do this with BT's Home Hub 5, although most devices are displayed as MAC addresses and when you have about 20 it's a little tricky to figure out which is which so i end up not bothering
    Same with sky router.

    Little tulipe teenage son surpassed my expectations by working out he could change his mac address. Now if only he applied himself like this on a regular basis.
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    Quote Originally Posted by psychocandy View Post
    Vodaphone offer includes home phone too. Its extra on top with Sky again...

    I am existing vodaphone customer. Currently not in company name.
    If you are so intent on saving a few pounds here and there why isn't the phone in the company name?
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    Quote Originally Posted by northernladuk View Post
    If you are so intent on saving a few pounds here and there why isn't the phone in the company name?
    Used to be. Im inside IR35 now if you remember and have been at current client for last two years. All done via umbrella these days....
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    Quote Originally Posted by WTFH View Post

    Also, I hear that Vodafone is not great for contractors as there are parking issues.
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    Hmmm. So you can restrict the wifi to certain times but NOT wired connections it seems (used ethernet over power adaptors).

    Need another solution it seems... Any ideas?

    The battle continues. In the blue corner we have adging, piss taking teenager who constantly tries it on, in the red corner we have Dad who can;t be arsed to check hes off PC at certain time every night.
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    Quote Originally Posted by psychocandy View Post
    Hmmm. So you can restrict the wifi to certain times but NOT wired connections it seems (used ethernet over power adaptors).

    Need another solution it seems... Any ideas?

    The battle continues. In the blue corner we have adging, piss taking teenager who constantly tries it on, in the red corner we have Dad who can;t be arsed to check hes off PC at certain time every night.
    cancel it. Use 4G for your own purposes. And teenager can earn some money to pay for it himself.
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    Quote Originally Posted by psychocandy View Post
    Hmmm. So you can restrict the wifi to certain times but NOT wired connections it seems (used ethernet over power adaptors).

    Need another solution it seems... Any ideas?

    The battle continues. In the blue corner we have adging, piss taking teenager who constantly tries it on, in the red corner we have Dad who can;t be arsed to check hes off PC at certain time every night.
    Do you really need the EOP at all times?

    if not just unplug it when needed... or even get a second set and have him on that and just unplug his EOP as needed.

    Or


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