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Old August 12th 04, 01:46 PM posted to uk.telecom.broadband
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Look at this article. Interesting.

Old August 12th 04, 01:52 PM posted to uk.telecom.broadband
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"Scribe" wrote in message
Look at this article. Interesting.


Particuarly when the article is factually incorrect in a number of places as
BT Yahoo's 24.99 unlimited package is not totally unlimited as bandwidth
caps are coming in in the new year, and the fact that F2S and Pipex are both

Nice for them to give BT Some free advertising anyway.

Old August 12th 04, 01:57 PM posted to uk.telecom.broadband
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Scribe wrote:
Look at this article. Interesting.

Try http://urlsnip.com/011293

It's a shame the article only seems to look at two providers, since there
are a huge number of UK ADSL ISPs each providing unique services that are
suitable for particular users' requirements.

They should have found the cheapest capped, cheapest uncapped, etc. In any
case, the cheapest is not necessarily the best for everybody. If everyone
went for the cheapest provider, we wouldn't have any customers, since we're
not. They should also consider providers like Freedom2Surf, for example, who
are 14.99/month for a capped service, but it's uncapped out of hours,
allowing heavy users to still do large downloads.

Fortunately, Wanadoo lose some of their free advertising from the article,
since they have mistyped the web site address.

Articles like this annoy me


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