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  1. Another point to think about - slowly all fiber companies are now starting to charge installation fees, very high (450-900 NIS). If you cancel in principle the order you already have, you may want to return to them in the future - it will cost you a lot of money. .
  2. Cancel the deal and then what? Will you go back to the internet for 100 on 5 (at best) mega that will cost you even more? And all this for the principle of using your personal router?
  3. All the fibers work great and give you full speed, no matter if they are from Bezeq, Hot, Unlimited, Partner, Cellcom .. If there is fiber, no matter whose = it is better than without fiber.
  4. It's unlikely to be "better" than the competition, in the end it's the same product. Because they decided they wanted to be more expensive.
  5. I do not know if they are better than the competition or not (my bet: no) but rest assured that is not why they are more expensive. At the same time, fiber is always going to be better than "old" internet. So if Bezeq are the only ones who have fiber infrastructure for you - it's better than nothing.
  6. The fact that the server you are testing is on the other side of the Atlantic.
  7. interesting. But note that in any case it is years ahead (and it is quite likely that it will be postponed further, because .. this is how it is), a lot can change both in terms of bills and in terms of the technical infrastructure of companies in the country ..
  8. It seems to me that we have exhausted ... Even so, this discussion has become just a blog of 1-2 people trying to pump up the pyramid scam known as "Bitcoin".
  9. After all the flood of comments you post here in favor of Bitcoin, maybe it's time to properly disclose the amount of bitcoins you hold? If the quantity is greater than 0, then you have a clear interest in causing its "value" to increase.
  10. Do not know where you came to these conclusions. For the price of an annual 2TB cloud subscription you buy a 4TB external drive that will hold you for much more than one year ... Cloud backup is only useful if you need the files available out of the house, which is fine, but I did not talk about that. A hard drive is a product that holds the most important thing on your computer (files), and is a product that by definition will die one day without warning. You want each file to always have at least two physical copies. Whoever does not want this is his right, then he will come here and open discussions on where it is possible to recover information from a dead drive, and will be shocked by the prices
  11. Congratulations, your drive is going to die. I understand it's new and has no files on it yet, so you can be super happy - you've got an important lesson for life completely free. If your files are important to you, then all this discussion about hard drives you need to do at a 2x multiplier. That is, if you need 8TB, you need to buy 2 physical drives of 8TB. One for backup. Otherwise you are just betting on your files that may disappear one bright day.
  12. A piece of idiot, the point was to prove that the only use you make with Bitcoin (other than gambling) is to convert it back into dollars. If * theoretically * you were told now that the technology that technically converts Bitcoin to real money (dollars or any other currency) no longer exists - you will be stuck with a computer file that is worth nothing. You have nothing to do with it other than convert it into real money.
  13. If tomorrow morning they cancel the option to convert bitcoin to real currency (dollars / shekels, etc.) - you can not even wipe your ass with your bitcoins, because they are not made of paper ... you will have nice numbers as a computer file that will be worth nothing.
  15. "You can buy real estate in Bitcoin" ... lol I wonder if you are really that dumb or are you just doing yourself ...
  16. tinsmith. Want to bet it's just a marketing gimmick and the second they get this bitcoin they'll convert it to real money?
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  18. The chance that he worked on you and did not ship the product is nil. It is not at all surprising that deliveries by Israel Post are lost.
  19. Go to a casino in Vegas, you will see full of people standing by the roulette and saying "it came out red" but did not enter the game - and after it came out red they "look with blank eyes at everyone who is celebrating". That there are people who have made a successful bet on a Ponzi scam at the beginning of its path is very nice, it does not make it at least a scam. It seems to me that you are missing the point of Ponzi / Pyramid scams - indeed those who enter at first benefit from them. That's the point. Just like the ones that went into GME at first and raked in millions (if they were smart enough to go out on time, which probably didn’t happen because they are a bunch of dumb kids in the end). But all those who entered in the middle / end lost their pants when the price crashed from $ 450 to $ 200 in the same year.
  20. You keep using that word, currency, I do not think it means what you think it means. If Bitcoin was a currency then he would just pay with it, and not use it on a rubber duck sack standard.
  21. The option of the repair in my opinion only exists in your imagination ... and if you prefer to pay $ 400 for a less good mouse than $ 99 for a better mouse, just because you have a history with it and you are afraid of changes, it is of course your business but it is hard to say it is the preferred option or The most logical of the two remaining ...
  22. The fact that you found an old product page of a product that has long been discontinued and out of stock all over the world, does not mean that it is the price of this product ... If you want to get stuck in history it's your right, but you will not find a technician to fix a mouse. It costs $ 99 ...) so your dilemma is whether to buy the (better!) Replacement for $ 99, or pay hundreds of dollars for some final liquidation clearance from some shelf of someone who somehow has one left that has accumulated dust. By the way, you will not find a store that will let you open the mouse without buying it, but you can simply order it from any store in the country, provided you place an order from the Internet, try it out, and return it (offset by a transaction cancellation fee).
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