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MINIONS BLACK OUT YELLOW DESPICABLE ME CURTAINS 250CM X 140CM ( COMES AS PAIR OF 2) SALE

DECORATE YOUR KIDS BEDROOM WITH THESE GREAT QUALITY CURTAINS! IDEAL GIFT! [CURTAINS COME AS A PAIR] SALE PRICE!! ONLY £59.99 With MINIONS YELLOW DESPICABLE ME CURTAINS any kids room will be complete! These curtains are fully blackout, so no light comes through- perfect for those early summer mornings or early summer evenings when it is still light outside! These curtains are ready for use with either a curtain rod or curtain hooks. Our curtains are top quality and will provide long lasting use. Its overlocked edge means no fraying! There is an ironing tape to make it simple for you to shorten the curtains to any length you may need. The surplus material can be used to further decorate your bedroom! And more good news- these curtains are fully machine washable! These curtains are 140cm wide, and 250cm long, made from 100% polyester.

  • Black out curtains

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How to Enable ‘Undo Send’ in Gmail

You have email regrets. Everyone does[1]. Perhaps you knew it was a bad idea or a “reply all” disaster the second you hit Send. But that’s life; you live, you learn.

Except if you have Gmail, that is. While Google can’t exactly invent a time machine, its “Undo Send” feature within Gmail can recall a mistakenly sent message. “Undo Send” was added to Gmail Labs years ago, but is now an official Gmail feature.

Here’s how to set it up.[2]

References

  1. ^ Everyone does (www.pcmag.com)
  2. ^ official Gmail feature (www.pcmag.com)

Virgin Media 2017 price changes: Broadband and TV bundles to go up in November

Virgin Media will increase prices of its broadband and TV services this November, a year since the last set of price rises were applied[1]. The changes come as the cable company moves to simplify its bundles, which include the option to bolt on all of the new Sky Sports TV channels as one, while investing in more capacity to meet the demands of streamed on-demand content. Virgin Media spokespeople told PC Mag that most customers will see a monthly increase of between ?1.99 and ?3.99 per month, adding that it will be writing to each customer individually to explain the charges.

PC Mag has seen an incomplete list of price rises and can confirm the following:

  • Virgin Media 50Mbps Broadband Only is increasing from ?32.25/month to ?33/month and the old introductory price of ?26/month is going.
  • The Player bundle (70 digital TV channels, free weekend UK landline calls) with 100Mbps broadband is going up from ?45/month to ?48/month – though new customers will benefit from an introductory rate of ?33/month for 12 months.
  • The Full House bundle (230 TV channels inc. BT Sport HD, free weekend UK landline calls) with 200Mbps broadband will go up from ?73/month to ?75/month, with a new 12 month introductory rate of ?59/month.

Some good news comes in the form of up front fees for the newer Virgin TV V6 set-top box[2]. Going forwards, new customers taking anything above the entry-level Player bundle (100Mbps cable broadband, 70 digital TV channels, free weekend UK landline calls: ?48/month) will avoid paying ?49.95 for the hardware itself, though Player customers can opt to get a free last-gen 500GB TiVo box instead if they wish.

The activation fee of ?20 still remains, though. A Virgin Media spokesperson told PC Mag that streaming video is partly to blame for the rise in prices; investment in more capacity[3] combined with the Project Lightning expansion programme[4] has to come from somewhere: “We do everything we can to balance keeping our prices competitive while investing to meet the ever-increasing appetite for broadband and content,” the spokesperson said.

“Online usage increased by more than 35 per cent in the last year and streaming now accounts for nearly 60 per cent of the total traffic on Virgin Media’s network.” The new prices will take effect from November onwards, but some customers will start to see changes in their bills from October. PC Mag has contacted Virgin Media for further details of the price rises.

Broke![5]” by CafeCredit.com[6] is licensed under CC BY 2.0[7].

References

  1. ^ the last set of price rises were applied (uk.pcmag.com)
  2. ^ the newer Virgin TV V6 set-top box (uk.pcmag.com)
  3. ^ investment in more capacity (uk.pcmag.com)
  4. ^ Project Lightning expansion programme (uk.pcmag.com)
  5. ^ Broke! (www.flickr.com)
  6. ^ CafeCredit.com (www.flickr.com)
  7. ^ CC BY 2.0 (creativecommons.org)

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