AOLs £2.00 Present

  Rwstill 13:28 27 Oct 2004

Just noticed this morning that AOL as dropped the price of their silver broadband service to £17.99.
As I am one of their customers on silverband, and signed up for a year at £19.99. I wonder will they drop the price for me as well?
If not I am going to be a disgruntled customer, who as soon as the year I have signed for is up I will be off.
Any views on how they will treat me.

  Rwstill 14:21 27 Oct 2004

I just phoned AOL and my subscription will come down to £17.99.
So that's only £2.00 more than when I was on dial up and it is quite a bit quicker.

  Neutered 16:35 27 Oct 2004

I was with AOL for 8 years and made the mistake of leaving them for Supanet which came bundled with my new PC. I find that I can go for a shower and a shave and get back in time for the homepage to load. Albeit this is dial-up, but, as an ISP - AVOID!

  Rwstill 19:46 27 Oct 2004

I have been with then now about 4 years, and have not had cause to complain.
I would have if they had not put my subscription down, but, in the event they sent me an e-mail saying they were going to reduce my subscription next month.

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