. . . you'd better watch out for the "Fair Usage Policy" which regularly catches a few people, as witnessed by various posts on this forum e.g. click here
If you want to watch a lot of streaming media, I suggest you do most of your watching "off-peak" - you'll have to check any prospective small print for exactly when this is, but PEAK is usually somewhere between 6pm and 11pm.
Talktalk is usually the cheapest around but that costs £26.50 per month.
Try Googling Broadband Deals or similar click here= for cheapest prices in your area.
My 3GB (dongle)for £15 a month has been pretty good until I started trying to send home videos when I ran out. Other than that it has been very good. Isn't BT less than £20 a month or has it gone up now?
bt is 24.99 for option3 unlimited* but does anyone think its worth asking bt for a discount as a loyal customer for 15yrs.
ive just got bt to commit to a figure of 80gb a month as the cut off limit where they would send an email warning of a slowdond of service. anything over 100gb would trigger a slowdown automatically. i want to watch iplayer but (i think) you can download the show out of peak times which may make the 80gb limit more flexible and the odd lovefilm streaming film about 2 or 3 times a week plus my other half uses utube downloads for her college work so i think i may be under the 80gb limit.