Force9 ISP

  osben 13:15 18 Sep 2004

I had an email from an ISP that supposedly is a multi-billion dollar company. They were offering 512k and 1Mb connections at £14.99 p.m on a years contract.

They seem to offer a good deal but apart from their website, I can't find any info on them good or bad. Sites such as ADSL Guide offer plenty of comparisons on many other uk suppliers but not Force9. Surely if they were as good as they say they are (winning awards etc) they would be featured on some Broadband comparison sites.

Can anyone offer up any constructive comments on them.


  marjted 13:22 18 Sep 2004

Unreservedly recommend them. Have had an account with them since early dial up days. Currently changing to 2Gb @ 2Mb speed for £19.99.
Good ratings and good support.

  marjted 13:23 18 Sep 2004

Should have said - they're the same firm as Plusnet which you will find everywhere

  stalion 13:25 18 Sep 2004

I have used them in the past very reliable been around for a number of years
click here

  Carpigiani 16:59 18 Sep 2004

Had dial up account with them a several years ago.
Returned to them for broadband account in January 2003.
Can't fault them. Have monthly unlimited account for £21.99.
Being monthly I can terminate at any time with no penalty. I liked this idea when I opened the account just in case there were any problems.
Would not be interested in moving to another ISP even if the price was a little less.

  JayDay 17:04 18 Sep 2004

Just migrated to Plusnet (same co. as Force). Customer service is A1. Very pleased I made the switch.

  osben 07:41 19 Sep 2004

JayDay - So what is the difference between Plusnet and Force9.

All the above is good news folks. I think I will try them, can't be any worse than AOL as far as I'm concerned.

Strange that there were no averse comments though.


  JayDay 11:22 19 Sep 2004

I don't think there is any difference at all. The websites are identical. click here click here.

  jimv7 11:42 19 Sep 2004

osben, not strange, good isp's don't get many complaints.

I have been with f9 for over 2 years and not 1 glitch with them.

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