BT cuts broadband prices - with a catch

  powerless 00:08 03 Jul 2004

click here

What you think?

  hugh-265156 01:28 03 Jul 2004

im staying with ntl 600k for £24.99 as its soon to be upgraded for free to 750k.

  GANDALF <|:-)> 10:03 03 Jul 2004

'the 15GB allowance will let users surf for 15 hours per day, send and receive 3,000 emails per week and still be able to access digital material like video clips and radio stations'...can't see how this can be a catch unless you are downloading shed loads of music and films.


  abbott8 10:34 03 Jul 2004

Sounds fine to me, 500 MB per day is more than enough for the average user, I use BT Basic 512 Package and it seems fine to me and if the 1GB service does come down to £29.99 then I may well take it up. Its only £2.00 a month more than I'm paying now.

  abbott8 10:38 03 Jul 2004

Getting a little ahead of things now - should have been 1MB not 1 GB,

NTL is fine if you are one of the lucky few who live in a cable area, if you live out in the sticks then you have to put up with the phone wires.

  matt1234 08:49 04 Jul 2004

im stayin on aol £24.99 for 512mb

  GANDALF <|:-)> 09:56 04 Jul 2004

All these offers are OK but 'better the devil you know', which is why I stay with Tiscali 512, unlimited. :-)))


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