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All Day

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  1. If your asking me if I used PayPal (there's no question mark in your sentence), the answer is yes.
  2. Does CFE accept foreign credit cards?
  3. Like I said, we don't have Telmex. But I put 200p on my Telcel phone yesterday and there was no fee. My PayPal showed a debit of 200p.
  4. Yeah sorry about that. I highlighted the text for a copy and forgot to un-highlight.
  5. For those who are interested, here's a site to to pay for your cellphone, telephone and CFE bills and other services. https://undostres.com.mx/?gclid=CjwKCAjwy7vlBRACEiwAZvdx9kO0182nrBflyHFkijeH1doHkfebxGMY8F0wzJZb0JqzXgLHB1SJNxoC_GoQAvD_BwE They don't seem to charge a commission for Telcel payments. Our CFE bill is 46p (we have solar) and they charge a 6p commission. I don't know if higher bills are charged higher commissions. We don't have Telmex so I don't know if they charge a commission for that service. They link to PayPal and credit cards.
  6. Is ILOX installing fiber to the home or is the connection from the street copper?
  7. Just a heads up. There's a great new Cuban restaurant on Zaragoza just east of Danza del Sol (just east of restaurant Domenech). Limited menu but they do a great lechón with fried plantains and beans and rice for 150p. Full bar. Hours 5-9 Thursday through Sunday.
  8. I thought the whole point of a wifi access point was to disable the wifi on the supplied modem and use the stronger dual band system on the access point.
  9. Why would anyone who doesn't speak spanish buy the ILOX TV service. Plus only 12 channels in HD. Read the post by TKessler earlier in the thread. That will set you on the right path.
  10. Just to add to Tom's remarks: the IPTV world is, let's just say, very fluid. Don't sign-up for a long term contract, because the provider may be gone next month. Don't expect totally accurate EPG (program guides). Don't expect all channels to function all of the time. If watching TV is important to you, definitely get a backup IPTV service. And don't buy a cheap $20 android box. A $49 Amazon 4K Fire Stick will suffice for almost anything you'll want to do and if you don't have a smart TV, don't worry - if you have an HDMI port the Fire Stick will turn your dumb TV into a Smart TV. That being said, I currently use Vader Streams and it works OK on my 10mbps Telecable connection (I get some buffering, but not too much). It will work great when I get my ILOX connection. Anyway, just a heads up on the IPTV world. It's a jungle out there.
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