New faster broadband at PV - and still free!

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  1. Parcverger

    Parcverger Funster - Campsite Owner

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    We are delighted to say that this morning we awoke to find a new faster broadband service. Since they re-cabled the area it has been much more reliable but now it is faster too. OK, it’s not as fast as some available in towns in the UK, but for rural France it is amazing! So Funsters who have been here and coped with the old erratic and slow service, we are sure that you will notice the difference. And it is still free!

    Bob
    www.parcverger.com
     
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  2. gillnphil

    gillnphil Funster

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    We must try and stay here some time. Nice area.
    Phil
     
  3. icantremember

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    Looking forward to trying it later this year.(y)
     
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  4. MikeD

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    We hope to be there during early May for a few days and Sandra will look forward to a faster wifi

    She is addicted to her IPad :D
     
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  5. laneside

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    Now at Duras and after a short stay at my sisters we will come and test it out for you
     
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  6. Hollyberry

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    In 7 years in France I never once had to call my ISP to complain, ask why it had stopped working ( it never did) etc in rural, rural France.
    In UK, living in a town, I'm on first name terms with most of Plusnet staff. Signal barely stretches to next room and it drops out up to a dozen times a day.
     
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