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https://www.toob.co.uk/ FTTP 900Mbps is now available to me. I
contacted their sales dept. to ask if I they provided a static IP address.
No, and it's neither available by request nor by extra payment! A
really huge disadvantage when you run your own mailserver. Could a
broadband supplier who is unable to provide a static IP address really
be considered a 'serious' provider? I think not.
I'll be sticking with my ultra-reliable, superbly supported, static IP
Zen FTTC connection.
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