re best broardband

  Jade 14 G 14:43 24 Sep 2006

Have tried ntl and aol but they both used a voyager modem which a lot had trouble with, l need a reasonable one plus to be able to go on anytime,
Thank you

  Pineman100 14:46 24 Sep 2006

I use Tiscali, with a free Sagem b/b modem. I've never had a moment's trouble in the 11 months that I've been using this service.

  terryf 14:50 24 Sep 2006

Try Eclipse

  concise 17:02 24 Sep 2006

bt with a Voyager, 6 months so far. No problems.

  Batch 17:21 24 Sep 2006

If price is an issue, you might consider UKOnline. To my knowledge, in the areas that they serve, they are about the cheapest discrete service (i.e. not bundled in with telephone services or cable or ...). As long as you aren't after blistering speed, they charge £10 per month for 1mbps, no download limit.

Yes, they supply a Voayager modem, but there is no reason to suppose this should be a problem (might it be your telephone line isn't up to scrath in some way?). In any event, you can always buy your own modem / router.

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