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    #11
    BT Business Broadband 2Mb - no problems (and you can ignore their install CD which puts an annoying BT stuff on your IE).

    According to the website from Paco, Demon look quite good. Anyone have any experience with them?
    If you think my attitude stinks, you should smell my fingers.

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      #12
      Originally posted by hyperD
      BT Business Broadband 2Mb - no problems (and you can ignore their install CD which puts an annoying BT stuff on your IE).

      According to the website from Paco, Demon look quite good. Anyone have any experience with them?
      In terms of bang for your buck, looks like a no-brainer in favour of Bulldog.

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        #13
        I've been with Demon since dial-up days, joined adsl on 512 but we're all being upgraded to 2Mb for the same price. You get a fixed IP address. I've never had a problem with them.

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          #14
          Originally posted by hyperD
          According to the website from Paco, Demon look quite good. Anyone have any experience with them?
          I'm actually with Demon, and they're OK but nothing special. I think they are a very traditional ISP in that they don't have any flashy deals or complex pricing structures, capping etc., just bog standard internet provision, 12 month minimum contract. They also tried to charge me 30 quid a year to host my domain name, and that was without any web space.

          I've had a couple of encounters with their tech support, and although they're not the quickest they do always respond and are quite useful. And it is possible to speak to a real (English) person on the phone who knows what they're talking about.

          Finally they've just upgraded me from 512K to 2M, or as near to that as my line can manage, free of charge, which was nice of them.

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            #15
            Im with Nildram but because we live in Canary Wharf we can only get 2MB services there. Apparently there are too many poor people in the area so BT doesnt see the point in upgrading the services to Canary Wharf and the Isle of Dogs!

            Bloody poor people! They should all be put to work!

            Mailman

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              #16
              Originally posted by Mailman
              Im with Nildram but because we live in Canary Wharf we can only get 2MB services there. Apparently there are too many poor people in the area so BT doesnt see the point in upgrading the services to Canary Wharf and the Isle of Dogs!

              Bloody poor people! They should all be put to work!

              Mailman
              Ho Ho Ho. BT wont give Canary wharf high speed internet.....

              The UK is best placed for ebusiness my arse.
              I am not qualified to give the above advice!

              The original point and click interface by
              Smith and Wesson.

              Step back, have a think and adjust my own own attitude from time to time

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