Freeserve Anytime dialler kit

  nickhick 14:51 09 Aug 2003

Has anyone succumbed to the letter from Freeserve, admonishing customers if they don't download their dialler kit in order to obtain continued connection to their Anytime service. There are apparently a raft of new numbers within this kit although these can be obtained elsewhere or by a bit of jiggery-pokery, if you are that way inclined.
Unlike many others, I've got some of the 'new' number and have manually listed them in my XP's DUN where one can list these as 'alternate' numbers and used, should any one of these be defunct or not appropriate to your area etc.

  The Paul 17:30 09 Aug 2003

As far as I know, I've had the dialler kit for some time now. It doesnt cause me a problem (not that I'm aware of anyway) and my connection times are as good as they ever were.

Is there a problem with the kit?

  nickhick 14:19 10 Aug 2003

Out of interest, what number are you presently using?

  nickhick 14:07 12 Aug 2003

Was just interested, that's all.

  Big Elf 12:53 13 Aug 2003

I got the numbers from click here

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