rothes 21:23 05 Jul 2005

WE are a community ( voluntary) group, and have a room in a council office which houses our pc.
We would like to connect to the internet, on a dial up system, preferably pay as you go, as we only occupy the office occassionally, however as the office is on a business type telephone line, we are finding it difficult to get a suitable ISP, can anyone help. Thanks

  spuds 23:46 05 Jul 2005

I am not quite sure as to your question, but I hope this helps. [1]Being on a business line should not make any difference for a dial-up connection, taking in consideration that no telephone communication will be possible when connected to the internet.[2]Many ISP's should be able to provide a service, but I think that a problem may accure with the line being possibly registered to a first/second party but used by a third party.So you will need an ISP who offers no fixed contract, but as you suggest a payg connection.You may find a suitable ISP from click here

I would also mention that this question should have posted in the Helproom, as you may get a better response.

  wiz-king 05:06 06 Jul 2005

Not a problem, I have several pay-as-you-go accounts from ukonline click here I registered them in my name and home contact details and where they asked for the phone number that it would normally be used from gave them the business phone number.

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