Old question... Which ISP for Broadband.

  hinny 17:09 28 Oct 2004
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Recently I have had big problems with BT and now wish to change ISP, any recommendations would be very helpfull. Thank you.

  rawprawn 17:12 28 Oct 2004

click here for information and comparisons

  pj123 17:22 28 Oct 2004

Or this one. click here

Also AOL have now just reduced their Silver BB service from £19.99 to £17.99. click here

  pj123 17:25 28 Oct 2004

Sorry, the AOL still shows the old price. Try this link click here and scroll down a bit.

  Noelg23 17:54 28 Oct 2004

go to click here for a company called Central Point, uncapped internet access with speeds from 256K to 2Meg. very cheap prices, half price activation at the moment, modem a bit pricey so I would get your own, also migration from another ISP is only 99p! oh and no 12 month contract, 3 months instead.

  holly polly 17:59 28 Oct 2004

For me it has to be Zen ,consistently no1

blazing fast and reliable,was on AOL for 18 months and hhated it like a big nanny watching over you ,ok I suppose if you want the add ons.

Regards-Hol Pol....

  Mikè 18:16 28 Oct 2004
  iscanut 19:00 28 Oct 2004

Have a look at this site and then look at the comparitive tables of ISPs. Should give you some idea of the more reliable ones... click here

  chub_tor 19:02 28 Oct 2004

I used the ADSL guide shown on one of the links and used it to choose Freedom to surf. It's cheaper than Zen and Pipex and consistently comes high on the support and speed tests. 3 months in and absolutely delighted with it.

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