GOOD internet services with a monthly contract?!

  theDarkness 00:01 15 May 2007

Hi, im wondering if there are any good and reliable internet services that offer a monthly contract instead of yearly? thanks for any help, and any info from any customers on such a service would be fantastico! >:D

  Totally-braindead 00:26 15 May 2007

Wrote a speel out and had to erase it, I know what you mean now, there are a couple. Have a look here for info click here

  pj123 14:50 15 May 2007

Virgin used to do a monthly contract, but since taking over NTL I don't know whether that is still the case.

Metronet offer a PAYG Broadband service, there is a minimum fee of £11.75 on a monthly contract.

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  Dipso 20:42 15 May 2007

All these ISP's - Zen, ADSL24 IDNet,Vivaciti, Newnet offer 1 month contract. There are some reviews here click here

Remember good and reliable may not always be cheap though.

  lennyeggy 11:23 17 May 2007

anyone know of a broadband supplier that doesn't charge a activation charge (usually £40+).
I will be buying my own modem (I'm also worried about compatability issues if I buy my own???)

I don't want a 12 month contract as I might be moving within the year and I would like the freedom of moving to another supplier if the one I choose turn out to be a nightmare!

I've been surfing around and some sites say no activation fee but if you do not have broadband then BT charge £52.88 (ie ADSL24). My flatmate has free broadband with her orange mobile (rather unreliable and limited use) so does this mean that I don't have to pay for activiation... what exactly do they have to do for this money???

I'm confused! I just want broadband (fairly heavy use) paid monthly and no contract. (if free calls also good!)

any help would be appreciated and/or pointers to a website that explains such things to a newbie.

  grumpygramp 14:24 17 May 2007

Ndo Is the one I use and the only one I would recommend .Monthly contracts reasonable download limits , and reasonable prices I am on their £14.95 a month contract.Customer service is very good also

  Dipso 17:12 17 May 2007

I don't think such an ISP exists I'm afraid. I think it's either free activation or a 12 month contract or a buy out as they want to claw the connection fee back somehow...understandable I suppose.

My current supplier Be* are currently offering free connection and if you take the Be* Unlimited package the contract is 3 months. It's not that clear though whether the free connection includes new connections rather than migration but if they are available at your exchange you could email them and ask.

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