Broadband - can't use a 'datastream' provider.

  Tiggy2 12:33 20 Aug 05
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Apparently, we can now get broadband in our remote rural location (EX37). However, our current provider (Tesco) can't upgrade us because the local exchange uses 'data-streaming'. It seems most of the other major providers are the same.

I'm still a bit confused about what this means (in spite of extensive research - and I consider myself reasonably adept at technical stuff on the whole). Does anyone know who I CAN use? Or should I just give up until BT does something about it?

Thanks!

  johnnyrocker 12:36 20 Aug 05

i suggest you click here and i expect you will get all the answers you need.

johnny.

  ACOLYTE 12:38 20 Aug 05

Might be an idea to ask tesco to explain what they mean by "data streaming" if the exchange is set up for BB i cant see why tesco cant supply it.

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