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    Which Broadband Provider?

    I can now receive broadband and have been looking around for a good service provider. Supanet charge about £19.98 a month which includes free connection, free modem and unlimited usage. Just wondering who you peeps use/suggest.

    Also, does anything have to be done to the phone line into the house or is it just at the exchange?

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    I use 2mb connection on telewest £25 p/m

    we originally got the 1mb connection at that price but all Telewest customers get it FOC now
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    im running on bt atm but they are going to limited downloading, dont like the idea of them doing that so i will also be looking around for a different company, but my mates are with ntl and they said they cant fault then 1 bit

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    Im with ntl. me and my flat mates, weve got the 750 kbs for £24 p/m split that 3 ways with a router and it works out to £8 p/m and that you cant argue with! Top notch all you have to check is that your in a cable area i think by going on their website
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    If your guna go with ntl b quick because there just about to bring in d/load caps for new customers. Hardly had any probs with ntl since ive had them (3years)

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    if they do that then dont bother if your into annoying the music industry :P
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    Pipex all the way - rock solid service and no down load cappage..
    Don't know about the customer servce as I've never had call to use them.

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    Thanks for that, a few to look into.
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    I use AOL 1mb line, I dont use the AOL browser or any of there software other than email and its very reliable, no download limits and the one time i have had to call them (my fault) the customer service was brilliant.
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    im with Bt broadband, get a cheaper rate as i used to work for them but i think ill be switching to ntl when i move house.
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