Which is the best bb supplier?

  adihardi 18:03 16 Feb 03
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Bt, AOL, Tilscali or NTL

  rickf 18:18 16 Feb 03

Plusnet for me. No prob for the past yr. They are also very efficient.

  adihardi 18:20 16 Feb 03

What is there web address?

  Coaster3 18:39 16 Feb 03

Superb service

  he he :-) 18:42 16 Feb 03

is telewest any good?

  bremner 19:05 16 Feb 03

In two recent awards Webuser and PC Pro, Blueyonder (Telewest) was awarded best broadband supplier.

I asked that question above. :-)

Thanx i'll try telewest then.

I can't have telewest or ntl because my area isn't cabled :-(. so keep suggesting please

  graham 20:36 16 Feb 03

Simple. Find the nearest Telewest street box and run a cable to it!

One thing puzzels me,

If you rule out Cable and Satalite connections that leaves "Normal" wired connections, yes?

All these "Normal" wired connections are at 512Kb/sec, yes?

All these are running at a 50-1 contention ratio?

All these connections are running on BT lines and have to be enabled by BT.

So....unless you are concerned as to the content that is provided with your connection and any "extras" such as web space etc, it should simply boil down to price as everything, but everything (Apart from some obscure place in Yorkshire I beleive) runs on BT Broadband.

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