Is it that Good or is it a wrong delivery?

  jack 10:28 10 Jan 2006

I appreciate that Telecom technology is moving on at a cracking pace and mutlimegabye broadband is available to those that want it.
In today’s batch of junk mail however, A leaflet from Homechoice Digital Network
Promises seemingly the impossible or does it? It says: -

Up to 1Mb broadband –Digital TV – Free phone calls – Video on demand.
All for £14.99 a month for three month then £17.99 thereafter [1 yr minimum]
All one has to do is to plug in the supplied box into the BT line.
The BT line package is still required.

My question is- Is this fact/possible [all the above down BT’s wire] or are they assuming we are ‘cabled’ which we are not.

  DieSse 11:17 10 Jan 2006

Why not call them and ask them what they mean by "digital TV" - then you'll know.

  ed-0 11:30 10 Jan 2006

It seems to come via the phone line, according to the website.

The digital tv is basic on the base £14.99 package and you only get the free upgrade to the better channels if you pick the 2Mb option. This £17.99 price is just limited to 3 months and then goes up to £22.99 for 2Mb.

If you choose the 2Mb option and the big pack for digital tv. The price goes upto a whopping £32.99 a month. best to read the small print.:-(

click here

  jack 11:55 10 Jan 2006

Thanx for the link explains a lot more.
I have no intention of signing up by the way- I dont watch TV much at all.
Aint it a wonder what comes down the wire these days?

  ed-0 13:36 10 Jan 2006

" I have no intention of signing up by the way- I dont watch TV much at all."

the same here.:-)

It may be just for London? The 1Mb basic package doesn't look to bad but no indication on download limits?

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