Any dial up recommendations please

  HighTower 13:42 29 May 03

After having enough of the shocking quality of Demon's dial up and POP3 for the last couple of months (unable to get broadband) I'm looking to move ISP's.

There needs to be around 10 - 15mb of webspace and very reliable email. There will be a fairly busy website on the webspace so reliability is important, and I must be able to move my existing domain name and mail account to it.

I even don't mind paying if the service is good!

Does anyone have any first hand recommendations?


  Megatyte 14:11 29 May 03


click here

  The Sack 15:30 29 May 03

Its not what you want to hear but AOL. They dont cut you off, they dont moan if you use it 24/7, the software isnt as evil as you think, you get at least 5 dial up numbers in case one fails, the tech support is free, it isnt very good but it wont cost you anything to find this out and if you spread the website over all 7 screen names you get 14MB of webspace.

If you need POP3 email run your own mail server click here

  GANDALF <|:-)> 16:30 29 May 03
  HighTower 16:42 29 May 03

Thanks everyone for your links. Look interesting! Also noticed Claranet seem to be quite on the ball. Anybody had any experiences with them?

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