Broadband ISP without 12 month contract?

Discussion in 'Broadband' started by Rolfiebabe, Dec 31, 2003.

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    Rolfiebabe Guest

    Hi all,
    I want to get broadband but am not keen on the 12 month contract thing; I
    really don't know if I want to keep something for that long when the service
    may get crap and I'm stuck with it!
    Can anyone advise on an ISP that doesn't have a 12 month contract? Also, are
    Demon any good regarding broadband and reliability of their service?
    Thanks a lot.
    Rolfiebabe, Dec 31, 2003
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    Cubik Guest

    Zen Internet

    Visit for more details

    Cubik, Dec 31, 2003
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    Martin² Guest

    Quite few ISP's don't require 12 months contract, but switching providers is
    costly a potentially troublesome.
    I would recommend PlusNet, at £18.99 (£21.99 if you need P2P and / or
    binaries) they are one of the cheapest,
    yet they have recently won awards for service and reliability.
    If you do go with them please use my 'jerryw' id as referrer and save me few
    pence, thanks.
    Martin², Jan 1, 2004
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    Andrew Guest

    Eclipse ( offer monthly contracts with cheque or
    credit card payments. I have been with them for 9 months now, tech
    support were very good the only time I had to contact them. They are
    always one of the fastest providers according to ,
    which is a good site to start looking at providers.


    Eclipse referrer code ANDMART
    Andrew, Jan 1, 2004
  5. "With Boltblue broadband you're free to choose a 12-month contract with
    preferential fees or 'No Ties' so you're free to move whenever you want."

    Some people have voiced concerns about their service - the only two days
    I've had problems has been down to BT and the Boltblue helpdesk bodies have
    been very good.

    Mentioning my name will not get me a discount <grin> but for more info see:-


    David B
    David and Gill brown, Jan 1, 2004
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    critcher Guest

    try prodigynet, Ive found them very good with no drop outs and use tetranews
    if you want newsgroups
    critcher, Jan 1, 2004
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    MidUlster Guest

    Perhaps the OP meant Teranews -
    MidUlster, Jan 1, 2004
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    Mike Barnard Guest

    Sorry to butt in but I've been searching for tetranews. All I get are
    links to tetra mast sites. Got a URL, please?

    Mike Barnard, Jan 1, 2004
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    Darran West Guest

    I use Plusnet and have a monthly contract. If I want to stop using there
    service then I only need to give 30 days notice. I have been very pleased
    with the service they have provided.
    Darran West, Jan 2, 2004
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