Whats your recomended All in one ISP?

  RobCharles1981 15:07 17 Jun 2007

I've almost completed my 12 months Deal with AOL which expirers on the 12th July, I want to move to someone better, my line and exchange can only take 8meg speed.

So what I really want is a good deal for Phone Calls and Broadband? I was looking at Sky but we want free calls any time?

Any Suggestions?

  spuds 16:26 17 Jun 2007
  RobCharles1981 16:37 17 Jun 2007

Hi Spuds I was looking at Sky Broadband is that a good ISP?

  spuds 19:02 17 Jun 2007


I use Tiscali, so I do not know much about Sky. But using the above link and doing a comparison check on three ISP's (Tiscali/TalkTalk/Sky). Sky came out the best in speed/reliability/customer services.

Register with Thinkbroadband.com then you can do various checks and comparisons, based on users recommendations.

  RobCharles1981 12:42 20 Jun 2007

I'm think I'm going to lean towards BT Total Broadband Option 3 anyone got experience with this package?

Personally I would go with sky(8 months) as I have had no trouble at all with the service 16mb and use them for my phone service as well

  RobCharles1981 14:52 20 Jun 2007

Thats what I tried telling my folks but they have done a "Deal" with BT.

  LeeM 16:55 20 Jun 2007

I have Bt Total Broadband, it's not bad but you have a 8 GB Fair Usuage Download Limit.

  €dstowe 17:05 20 Jun 2007

I'm with BT. Always have been. Option 3 isn't capped and you can download as much as you want.

  RobCharles1981 18:18 20 Jun 2007

Looks like BT it is then - what is their support service like?

  €dstowe 18:43 20 Jun 2007

Never had to use BT support but, I understand, like so many nowadays, it is based overseas.

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