I'm back in business!

The phone is working again and the internet too. Now can someone please tell me what to do to get LTT to credit me for a week of unused internet time??

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  1. read the contract again Khadijateri.
    and welcome back

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  2. Yes but if consumers aren't happy with the terms of the contract they should be able to seek a change for it's terms ...

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  3. Good luck getting credit!
    I am glad to see you up and running!!

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  4. how long did it take for you to get connected to the cyber world? 8)

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  5. you are in Libya not in USA, it's not same roles in Libya and USA.
    the LTT can do everything, person can't do anything.

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  6. Khadija

    I lived in Colina Verde in the late 60's. With the amazing growth and development of Tripoli since the revolution, I cannot find my old neighborhood on Google Earth.

    I believe Colina Verde was on the old airport road.

    Can you give me Google Earth coordinates or other landmarks that might help me find my old home?

    Many thanks.

    Bill

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  7. I'm not sure where Colina Verde is.

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  8. Colina Verde was in between on the road to RAF Idris just outside Tripoli itself. There was a Libyan army barracks there.
    I think Colina Verde refered to the area mainly used by service families from RAF Idris and the US base at Wheelus Field (originally called Mellaha)
    I was living with my parents in Colina Verde around 1956/58 and went to the British Military School.

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  9. I also lived in Colina Verde as a child and would like to find this location on the maps. We lived in a small house from 1953 to 1955 on about 1 acre of property, which was called "Villina Rocca." There was an Italian church on a hill at a crossroads about 3 houses from ours and a small school on the opposite side of the street. In order to get to Tripoli, we had to drive through a wadi, which sometimes flooded so that we had to make a very long detour. The area was very rural at the time.

    I attended an Italian school in Tripoli and would usually return home on public transportation. The bus driver would call out ‘Colina Verde’ at my destination. I then walked for 10-20 minutes to get to my home, as there was no bus service that far.

    My mother told me that Colina Verde was south of Tripoli, about 3-4 km. from town. I wonder if the two bloggers found anything on the Google Map since this exchange was published.

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  10. Hi
    For those of you trying to figure out Collina Verdi. You can google map it under "Hadba el Khadra" as it is now called. I was born in Collina Verdi in the beg. of the 60's and lived there till 1976. I returned to an unrecognizable "Hada el Khadra" in 1989 however was relocated to europe in 1996. Will probably be going back on a business trip in April this year and according to what I hear and googled, The main street is a thriving business street. Can't wait to see it again!
    Muna

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