New ISP Required...............

  RobCharles1981 12:07 25 Sep 2007

I've decided to pack up with Virgin Media, and basically I want a provider thats good value for money for:

UK Support
Unlimited Downloads

Any Ideas?

Thanks in advance

  RobCharles1981 13:29 25 Sep 2007

I think I'm going to go back with AOL.

  tullie 13:30 25 Sep 2007

Try Google for reviews

  RobCharles1981 15:10 25 Sep 2007

No go for AOL any suggestions please?

  Rigga 15:25 25 Sep 2007

The only thing you will have problems with with most ISP's these days is "Unlimited Downloads"

What size of downloads in GB are you expecting to do over a month.

I am with Plus.Net > click here < who I would recommend. They have a fair usage policy in place, and GB limits on accounts. But only during peak hours, off peak downloads do not count towards any limits they impose.

I play online games for which they seem excellent, always get good pings to UK servers, and their support is based in Sheffield.

They also do 1 month contracts so if you don't like it you're not tied down.


P.S. If you do go with plusnet, my Id for referral is RCCLTD

  RobCharles1981 15:41 25 Sep 2007

Well basically im into torrents and stuff like that so I would need a good isp.

  RobCharles1981 15:43 25 Sep 2007

or could I ring up aol to have my Broadband account re-activated???

  RobCharles1981 16:02 25 Sep 2007

Don't worry now I've activated my AOL Account.

  RobCharles1981 16:06 25 Sep 2007

Forum Editor can you delete this thread please.

Thank you.

  tullie 16:47 25 Sep 2007

Why rob?Tick as resolved.

  techie4me 18:13 25 Sep 2007

It seems the fastest these days are cable based ISP's.
Mainly as some BT exchanges are so old & modernisation is required to bring them up to standard and able to take speeds over 4MB.

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