Anyone able to suggest a good broadband pacage with a free/cheap router?

Discussion in 'Broadband' started by Simon Finnigan, Jun 14, 2004.

  1. Hi,
    i`m asking for a friend - I`m very happy with the service I get from NDO.
    My friend wants broadband without paying anything up front, and she wants a
    router - wireless would be ideal, but wires are acceptable if she has to
    have them.

    I`ve tried explaining that sometimes the best deals aren`t the cheapest, but
    she`s skint and can`t afford to pay anything out up front, but can afford
    slightly higher monthly payments if needed.

    Anyone got any good companies to reccomend?

    Thanks for your help.
    Simon Finnigan, Jun 14, 2004
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  2. Simon Finnigan

    Sunil Sood Guest

    Virgin and Onetel both offer free activation

    Virgin have a monthly contract and charge £10 for a USB modem.

    Onetel offer the USB modem for free but the contract is for 12 months.

    If your friend wants a router instead - then she is much better off getting
    a router seperately.

    The only ISP that I know of which "bundles" a router is - but I have no experience of them and given
    their charges, it would be alot cheaper using someone else

    Nobody bundles a "free" wireless router..

    Sunil Sood, Jun 14, 2004
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  3. Simon Finnigan

    Rifleman Guest

    I'm currently on ISDN dial-up with NDO, generally the service is reasonably
    good. We're moving to broadband next year some time. What NDO package are
    you on? I was a bit confused by the options available on their website!

    Rifleman, Jun 14, 2004
  4. I`m on a package that costs about £28 a month. That covers the cost of the
    router etc. Apart from that I`m not sure what package it is :)

    But I`ve been very happy with the service. Fast downloads constantly, and a
    nice secure reliable connection - had a problem to start with losing the
    connection, but that turned out to be a faulty filter. Other than that I`m
    made up with them.
    Simon Finnigan, Jun 14, 2004
  5. Simon Finnigan

    Rifleman Guest

    And do you use email through them? That was one of the things I was confused
    Rifleman, Jun 15, 2004
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