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    Duckduckgo have had a browser for a long time ...

    Duckduckgo have had a browser for a long time ...
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    Got 70Gb month on Telstra for $74.00. 40Gb on my...

    Got 70Gb month on Telstra for $74.00. 40Gb on my Telstra Nighthawk modem and 30Gb on my phone. Stream the radio usually four to five hours a day on the phone, flat out getting to 15Gb month, and...
  3. Like the large majority of Australian software...

    Like the large majority of Australian software super crap. Australian software in the main is an embarresment to our country.
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    Hmmmm sadly so wrong. Garbage about not using...

    Hmmmm sadly so wrong.
    Garbage about not using wireless or Windows.
    Perhaps you need to read the latest information if you think Mac is a less susceptible to hacking.
    There are hundreds of...
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    Think you forgot the ULR or name of browser, or...

    Think you forgot the ULR or name of browser, or where you asking about one?

    Best one found to date is the Samsung Browser:...
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    Just a printable list of all the channels - radio...

    Just a printable list of all the channels - radio and TV. Much easier than scrolling through all the channels. If there isn't will make one up and post it up if others would like it.
    Currently use...
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    Many think they have ideal location for wind...

    Many think they have ideal location for wind power generation, but surprising how few locations are suitable for *good* wind generation. We had a test rig and would erect at locations we thought...
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    VAST channel listing printout

    Anywhere can find a decent text listing for printing out of VAST channels?
    Thanks
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    With Boost if you live rural or travel you do get...

    With Boost if you live rural or travel you do get the FULL Telstra network, unlike other MNVO's.
    You can compare coverage here for all networks:...
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    This one from my research is the most reliable...

    This one from my research is the most reliable and well supported. The App is quite good and updated when necessary:
    https://www.mygica.com/product/dvbt2-tuner/
    Best place to buy for full deal is:...
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    You are worried about one moron/oxygen thief -...

    You are worried about one moron/oxygen thief - geeezzz I live in a town full of them that don't give a damn about anything. We are breeding these people today. They are NOT responsible for their...
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    You still have a landline that you are paying for...

    You still have a landline that you are paying for phone calls. That is novel to quaint LOL
    When you can have UNlimited phone calls to landlines and mobiles on a mobile phone from $8.91 a month and...
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    In our town 5,000 we don't have issues with...

    In our town 5,000 we don't have issues with breaking into houses and cars, but graffiti and some low level vandalism is an issue in summer. Too cold to be out at night in winter. Don't know how big...
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    Nomeat up to 35% in some towns. Think Moe in...

    Nomeat up to 35% in some towns. Think Moe in Victoria is up at that figure. Few others as well.

    AlphaOne do you realise how much good Work For the Dole does for some peole? We have WFTD people...
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    Hmmmm what about ALCOHOL. Look at some of the...

    Hmmmm what about ALCOHOL.
    Look at some of the headlines on this URL
    https://news.google.com/search?q=alcohol carcinogenic&hl=en-AU&gl=AU&ceid=AU%3Aen
    Looks like alcohol should be banned!!!
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    Local community economic development

    What find stunningly sad there is virtually no local economic development in towns in Australia. Appears Centrelink has killed off community initiatives and invention completely. Small towns <8,500...
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    The Hema Maps are OK. I do use the Hema Maps and...

    The Hema Maps are OK. I do use the Hema Maps and have the latest versions. They are some of the more up-to-date maps.
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    Hema Explorer is *HORRID*. Cannot give it one...

    Hema Explorer is *HORRID*. Cannot give it one complement.
    What are you wanting to use topographic maps for?
    OziExplorer rules with topographic maps:
    https://www.oziexplorer4.com/au/
    Available...
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    You will be pleased to know GPS in Nokia 6.1 is...

    You will be pleased to know GPS in Nokia 6.1 is great. Very fast acquisition of satellites.
    Had my Nokia 6.1 for three months and overall delighted. Would happily recommend as Android One is...
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    On what grounds would you decline an update to...

    On what grounds would you decline an update to your phone?
    The updates always contain security patches and updates for a start.
  21. Thread: Sim Clone

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    Sadly no more shared SIM's on Telstra.

    Sadly no more shared SIM's on Telstra.
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    Demonstrates the break down in the government...

    Demonstrates the break down in the government department paying out that amount of money. Surely such large amounts paid out would be scrutinised more carefully. All they would had to have done was...
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    Can't see farmers going away from RoundUp. ...

    Can't see farmers going away from RoundUp. Nothing else in a broad scale weediced that works. While there is some weed residence to RoundUp, mixing it with other chemicals overcomes the problem...
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    Nearly positive personal information is being...

    Nearly positive personal information is being traded from the Telstra call centre in the Philippines. The recent callers from the Philippines have known my full name, and one slipped my model modem...
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    Well Telstra gave you bum advice. Any current...

    Well Telstra gave you bum advice. Any current SIM card will work in the Sierra Air Card or any other Telstra device. Telstra haven't had locked to device SIM cards for longer than I can remember. ...
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