Recommendations other than Tiscali

Discussion in 'Broadband' started by ITMA, Jul 22, 2004.

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    ITMA Guest

    I want to change ISP's - when I joined the then Lineone (taken over by
    Tiscali) one of the magazines had a website with a downloadable spreadsheet
    of all ISPs and their pros & cons. Something spiral.net perhaps? Guessing.
    Anyway, anyone any ideas how to get an overview of what all the competing
    ISPs are offering these days?

    By the way, I wish to leave Tiscali because they're rude. The inaccurately
    accused me of not paying the monthly subscription due to a computer error
    and being a vast faceless zombie like machine with, if you are lucky,
    someone who can just about speak English in a foreign call centre, I want to
    dump the idiots.
     
    ITMA, Jul 22, 2004
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    Stormsinger Guest


    Try www.adslguide.org
     
    Stormsinger, Jul 22, 2004
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    Dominic Guest

    www.net4nowt.com
    www.ispreview.co.uk
     
    Dominic, Jul 23, 2004
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  4. I've been happy with www.v21.co.uk started with £7.99 a month for a modem.
    V21 had some its problems but finally sorted them out. Now I've moved over
    to ADSL for £19.99 a month, it's a luxury but one worth paying.
     
    Philip Wagstaff, Jul 23, 2004
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    Dark Star Guest

    I want to change ISP's - when I joined the then Lineone (taken over by
    From my pre-install of ADSL by Plus.net - DONT EVEN THINK ABOUT THEM!
    Been there, done that, went from Worldonline wich were Ok to tiscali and ALL
    the crap...
    Agreed - I snip when needed to reduce the crud...

    --
    Beastiality: 9 out of 10 cats said their owners prefered it.
    He's cracked! You keep him talking - I'll get a net.
    Chaos, panic, & disorder - my work here is done.

    DS
     
    Dark Star, Jul 23, 2004
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    Dave Stanton Guest


    Still playing that game are they !!!

    Dave
     
    Dave Stanton, Jul 23, 2004
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