Good ISP for 128k ISDN connection?

  barnettgs 22:26 08 Apr 2004

Just what the subject says. My area doesn't have broadband enabled so I'm considering 128k ISDN internet access.

The problem is, from my research, the pricing structure is very confusing especially BT. All I know is one-off installation charge of £75 but BT website does not make any senses to me about monthly payment.

Also I have visited website and their is confusing too! It says that If I sign up for BT's Surftime Evening & Weekend, I can use demon's free access number to use 128k. So thats mean I will be paying monthly for BT's surftime and also for Demon's 128k connections. What about monthly payment for ISDN service or one off installation charge?

Any informations will be much appreciated. Thanks

  hugh-265156 23:57 08 Apr 2004

is cable available in your area?

ntl telewest blueyonder etc?

ntl broadband is very good in my opinion.

if not check out click here may give you some more info

  barnettgs 00:15 09 Apr 2004

Thanks but I won't post a question regarding ISDN if there is a broadband in my area.(I wish!).

So I live in rural area just 2 miles from the village (not broadband enabled but maybe by 2005)

From some of the website I had tried out, they don't tell me much about the real cost of 128K ISDN service so I guess I will give BT a call tomorrow for more details. I know ISDN is expensive but my family needs to make calls while I'm surfing the internet and also extra 65kps would be nice too.

  spuds 03:20 09 Apr 2004

Have you checked click here

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