until I read about it on another thread on here! I've just "upgraded" my 2MB service from £17.99 to £14.99. Good, you may say, less to pay now, but why on earth don't Tiscali do that themselves? Or would they have eventually? I could have sailed along for months blissfully unaware that they had reduced their prices.
You've now found out the reason for regularly checking Tiscali's Upgrade/Downgrade service...:-)
Sometimes an "upgrade" brings a superior speed and a lower price - sometimes you find you would pay more for exactly the same service if you chose the "upgrade" route.....
The changes take place very quickly. What's more Tiscali, when I switched to the £12.99 1MB unlimited from the same service at £14.99, charged slightly less as the following "month" was a couple of days short.
If I wish I could now "upgrade" to the £14.99 version....:-)