Can anyone reccomend a good quality ADSL broadband service with phone and maybe tv at a low cost

Discussion in 'Broadband' started by Just Wondering, Feb 1, 2007.

  1. Can anyone reccomend a good quality ADSL broadband service with phone and
    maybe tv at a low cost, but not really fussy for the tv , basically can't
    have cable , as the area i'm moving to , does not have cable , i also need
    unlimited usage(yes i know about fair usage etc) , i'm told due to the area
    the highest speed i will recieve is 2megs.....but thats
    okay........perfectly happy with my current service which has been great
    with NTL , but move of house forces new service.........

    Ntl is costing me for tv (basic) , phone(free due to package) and 4meg
    around 21.99 a month , due to various freebies added over a period of time ,
    the likes of sky at 26+11 for the bt line , then its starting to look
    expensive , happy for just broadband and phone , as freeview suits my needs

    the property i'm moving to , does have a suitable line connected to the
    building , the bt deal of 26.99 a month would be fine if it included the
    phone line as part of the deal , but if it does not (which i'm unsure of)
    then at 26.99+11.99 , then i'm more than doubling my regular monthly cost of
    broadband , which although not a fortune , but neverless a doubling of
    costs, which could be spent on something else.

    so a 2meg unlimited deal with phone line at around 19.99 would be my ideal
    offer , anyone know of one ?? or something similar.
    Just Wondering, Feb 1, 2007
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  2. Just Wondering

    Tx2 Guest

    Just Wondering <>
    thought we'd be interested in the following...

    What exchange? Is it LLU'd?
    Tx2, Feb 1, 2007
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  3. Its in leeds , just done the postcode check , it actually states , 6-8mb
    with adsl max.
    Just Wondering, Feb 1, 2007
  4. sorry ment to add , yes it will be in March 2007
    Just Wondering, Feb 2, 2007
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