DOWNLOAD SPEED upto 10mbps just for RELIANCE MUMBAI USERS

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  1. dharmil16

    dharmil16 Banned

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    hey anybody there, RELIANCE MUMBAI USER, then he can get around 10mbps speed.
    Just download this app & run it.
    So from there u can get a gr8 speed around 10mbps.

    But this is just for RELIANCE BROADBAND - MUMBAI USERS.
    & it doesnt count the mbs u download, 'coz its just like transferring data fRoM 1 PC to another.

    Just download it & give commentzzzzzzz
     
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  2. Krow

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    Isn't this supposed to be illegal? Do you know whether it isn't virus or spyware or adware or malware?

    If caught, the reliance user will be sued and not you. Also, knowing Reliance, anyone who is caught trying this is not going to have a good time. :(

    PS: I am not a reliance user and will never be. Please don't post links to fraud software.
     
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    swatkat Active Member

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    Why so serious?!
     
  4. himadri_sm

    himadri_sm Mad Eyed Llama

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    hmmmmmmm........something's fishy :?
     
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    pimpom Active Member

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    You need to learn some manners, young man. Techalomaniac has more than 40 times your post count and he has made many useful contributions to the forum. He raised some legitimate concerns about your post and he did it in a much more civilised manner than you. Neither he nor anyone else needs an invitation to participate in any thread.

    If a mod saw your post, I'm sure you'll be severely reprimanded or even banned.
     
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    Thank you for voicing your support pimpom. Mods please delete this thread. I'm not sure if we do need such things on the forum. Anyway, now that the user is banned, let's not let others fall into the trap of downloading illegal software.
     
  7. ashu888ashu888

    ashu888ashu888 Core i7 (nehalem) Owner

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    I guess he (the banned user) was advertising his "own made" software..lol...
     
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    That software is IPMsg, an open-source LAN messenger tool. I am not sure how it would have helped to attain such download speeds.
     
  9. Ethan_Hunt

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    ROTFL! It's Ip messaging and LAN sharing software. It's more like LAN sharing rather than internet downloading. It's pretty similar to sharing on DC++ or ODC. The speeds are not internet speeds, but LAN transfer speeds. I think the OP didn't get things clarified with his friend in the first place. I used to do this endless time when I had my Pacenet connection, I could touch 11MBps download speed back then. 10MBps download speed via Internet is a distant dream. :lol:
     
  10. rhitwick

    rhitwick Democracy is a myth

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    So, what I sum up here is, he's banned for nothing!!!???
    Or only misunderstanding the "Network Connected..." message. :-D
     
  11. thewisecrab

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    This deserve to be added in the "Dumbest things related to Computers" thread :D
     
  12. rhitwick

    rhitwick Democracy is a myth

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    Agreed and please un-ban him and give warning not give swear.
     
  13. pimpom

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    Didn't you see his foul-mouthed reply to another member? That post was apparently deleted by a mod, but you can still see it quoted by swatkat and me.

    That kind of language might have been more tolerable if it had slipped out after a heated debate, but that was not the case.
     
  14. rhitwick

    rhitwick Democracy is a myth

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    Well, I had seen that but that was his first time and like previous times ( delete post+warning ) he could have been warned...

    Direct ban is a bit too much, IMO.
     
  15. kalpik

    kalpik In Pursuit of "Happyness"

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    It is in no way too much.. Unprovoked vulgarity will only be dealt as such.
     
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