dont go with ticali for a start. If you can get NTL snap it up, if not click here i have been using them for a year now with no problems at all. and they have a free tech support forum, like this exept one to one with the techys
Lots of factors to consider here, including does the package include a DSL modem or router, what the contention ratio is (20:1, 50:1)- check these out as this will affect performance and speed of the line. Length of contract can be an issue (if you are not happy with the service). Some more to consider (depending on the broadband package and location) is Griffin offering a 2Mbps service <click here> Also to get you thinking about the Broadband modem/router Linksys have a great selection (incl wireless and onboard stateful firewalls). Easy to use, great support, lower security risk... click here
Accord:- what do you mean ntl is cheaper and faster than adsl ? You need to understand what the contention ratios are and the cable penetration in your area to get "faster" than adsl. cable uses different technology which could result in much higher contention ratios and therefore be much slower than the equivalent adsl line. Be careful what is says on the tin. Try this for size click here
I use AOL, I only need to pay £ 16 for the first six months and the normal price after that with a free modem and free connection. It works out around £22 with 512k downloading speed for a year. I probably will use it for a year and review. Not sure if the non AOL user can get this deal.
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