Spend £40 and get a free £30 WiFi router.

  Forum Editor 23:11 17 May 2007

How bad can that be?

click here

Yes, I know I'm spamming the forum, but I don't care.

  Spark6 23:26 17 May 2007

Shame on you!

  WhiteTruckMan 23:30 17 May 2007

the pre-ticked, greyed out box? Surely it can't be a fiendishly subtle wheeze that came out of one of the marketing departments working 'liquid' lunches?

Or perhaps its like changing the settings on windows ME-it doesn't apply?


  Eargasm 23:30 17 May 2007

Ok, i think i have just spotted the catch....

"spend £40 and get a free £30 WiFi router"

you can't actually spend 40 quid as the subscription is only £39.99 :-)

  Forum Editor 23:37 17 May 2007

I rounded up, we'll give you a router if you spend £39.99

  WhiteTruckMan 23:39 17 May 2007

then can PCA can keep it and I'll send another tenner (keep the change) for the sub?


  Forum Editor 23:47 17 May 2007

Nice try, but no.

Less than a pound a week - it's got to be worth it just for the chance to read my pearls of wisdom, let alone all the other good stuff that's there.

We need the money, I want a new car this year, and then there's the country cottage to refurbish - the list is endless.

  WhiteTruckMan 00:07 18 May 2007

Does that mean that at the heart of what you say in print there lies a harsh unwanted irritation? :-)


  Newuser38 09:46 18 May 2007

What else have you got for someone who already has an equivalent router?

  TalYasis 10:14 18 May 2007

If you go for the deal and have any problems then the CEO of the router would love to hear from you click here.

Looks a good deal as long as the router works well.

  Colin 13:18 18 May 2007

I already subscribe to PCA and have a router. As a loyal customer can I have an 8800GTX instead?

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