ISP's we all spend so much time on her

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26/10/2002 at 21:56
Yes, phone calls included.
26/10/2002 at 22:17
Snoop no thats not broadband, I wish it was.........
27/10/2002 at 07:48
So...I pay £27.99 a mont (or whatever it is) and can then not only surf all the time, but ring friends all over the world for absolutely zilch? Sounds too good to be true?!?
27/10/2002 at 20:03
BT Openworld ADSL. I refused to use a cable modem supplier - I might have been able to get 1Mb transfer, but as I live in a city, that would probably have decreased shortly - as all the people in my street got on it as well!! ADSL gives me a guaranteed (usually) 512k.
27/10/2002 at 21:53
I use ntl dial-up at present for a fiver a month, unlimited access. This will go up to 10.00 a month in the new year, at which pont I'll change to broadband.

The offer is true as long as you are an ntl customer. For 14.99 per month you get 128kbps connection, but they are offering up to a 1meg connection. Don't know how much for though.
28/10/2002 at 14:50
BT Openworld ADSL. No problems, fast, always on, £29.99 a month
28/10/2002 at 15:15
Use it at work so the connection is kinda free. Not even connected properly at home yet as I make all my calls on a mobile (paid for by work) using the free minutes allowance.

Probably about to be sacked for telling you all this though!
28/10/2002 at 17:19
Demon ADSL at the orifice, and Freeserve Anytime ISDN at home - can't get broadband at home - boo!
28/10/2002 at 19:02
freeserve unlimited access (same as Gaz) £13.99 a month. Need a BT line though. In my area there are busy times and connection isn't great (I think it's a con to get me to get onto broadband though). Busy times are usually 3:30pm - 5pm & 7pm - 11pm and school holidays are a nightmare in the day. I imagine all the Grannies wondering what Johnnie is doing on his Dad's PC while parents are at work! hee! :o)
Trogs    pirate
29/10/2002 at 00:09
Iain - That can't be right. I think it's £27 for surfing 24/7 but any standard phone calls you make are billed by BT (or whoever) as normal.

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