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Whats your ISP?

Whos your internet service provider?   218 members have voted

  1. 1. Whos your internet service provider?

    • AOL
      2
    • BTOpenworld
      12
    • Freeserve
      1
    • NTL
      12
    • Tiscali
      4
    • Other (please state)
      174

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That's most of the UK ISP providers. I'm voting NTL, because I'm switching to their broadband next week, as BTOpenworld is not making me happy. I disconnected from BT before and went to freeserve, and that was really wick and slow. So ive moved back to bt, and im not happy, so im moving to NTL broadband :)

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Virgin.net 24Seven for 56k

They use NTL servers though.

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RoadRunner for the last two years with 1.5mbits download and 400 kilobyte upload capability. Excellent and reliable. The $44.95 a month is a little excessive but having 3 computers on a router it works great.

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Kewl people. NTL broadband is onlt 19.99 I think :)

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Telstra bigpond dialup :rolleyes: 24.95 and i have 400mb limit.. gettin adsl soon :)

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BT Openworld - 512k.

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telstra bigpond dial-up :) mine costs 34.95 but its 700mb download limit.

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Midco Communications in North Dakota, USA. I live way out in the boonies (or the middle of nowhere...I don't know what the slang is for it where you live :mellow:), but that doesn't keep the local cable company from connecting me at 3 MBps for $30 (equal to about £19) a month! :)

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My internet service providder is Wanadoo (cause i live in France). It's the main provider in my country. I actually have DSL 512Kbits/s (i pay 45 € per month) and unlimited, but i'll switch to Free ADSL 1024kbits/s unlimited for only 29,99 € per month.

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Telewest Blueyonder dialup (maybe part of ntl) for about £13/14 a month 24/7 access. Great service for 56k, no disconnections and average 50.6kbps connections.

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Telewest Blueyonder dialup (maybe part of ntl) for about £13/14 a month 24/7 access. Great service for 56k, no disconnections and average 50.6kbps connections.

No disconnections? Right, I'm switching tonight! :) Had enough of Virgin's 2 hourly disconnection and their unstable connection which has been worsening lately.

What's Blueyonder's newsgroups like? (e.g. does missing posts occur a lot?)

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Hey wildkat, is it fast? is 50.6kps fast?

well, its narrowband 56k, (10 times slower than 512k ADSL) at a 5-6KB/sec download rate...

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I use Zen ADSL

Never heard of it :rolleyes:

And welcome to MSFN :)

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I'm using the Danish ISP StofaNet ...

My little fanpage (in danish):

stofanet-tk.gif

:)

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Bell Sympatico...

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t-online, 768 k

its not the chipest, but its quet good.

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freeserve broadband - had superb service, maybe the thread should have bin made a little more accessable to worldwide users with more ISPs rather than those providing services to areas in the UK

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