Just been on the telewest site to find that you can pre-register for a new 256kb broadband service for 17.99 per month(if you are already a telewest customer), the first 5000 to register can get the first month free.
Please note there is an acceptable usage policy of 750mb per day.
I didnt realise that to be classed as broadband it had to be 512kb+. Thanks for heads up.
As per expertecs response, I personally dont think that a 5 fold increase in bandwidth is a waste of time when Im currently trudging along with a dial up connection. As of next month the dial up service is going up by a pound, so for an extra 4 quid you could cut your download times to a fifth of what it currently takes!
"I didnt realise that to be classed as broadband it had to be 512kb+." Well not offically but most people seem to see it that way. I understood anything between 56k and 512k was known as "Middleband" or even "ThinBand" but these are unoffical.
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