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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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21 for other! :) Well that's why I put other there, how I was meant to know all the ISP's round the world? :rolleyes: lol

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IGS

Downstream Bit Rate : 1728 Kbps

Upstream Bit Rate : 384 Kbps

Static IP address.

I pay $59.60/month (Taxes in)

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MSN- for dialup, they suck less than the others.

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I use Snay O L (Say it slowly, you'll get it!) purely because my mum says there's more protection for kids (I have a 9yo sis). Frankly, I think it's appalling but hey........i'll be waiting another 10 years for broadband

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Tesco.net 56k dialup, out here in the wilds of Wales, surrounded by pensioners (so no hope of the exchange being upgraded :rolleyes: ). I'm hoping to upgrade to a carrier pigeon by the end of the year... :)

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Telekomunikacja Polska 56Kb/s dialup, soon maybe dsl 256Kb/s. Here in Poland on my region i have one provider TP, they offer is terrible. Jebac telekomune :)

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I have Novus, its currently a wireless link as my building is not close to their fibre optic network. The speed is pretty good though, 600KB/s downstream and 200KB/s upstream for $32 CDN per month.

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CYBERCITY............ It's danish :D

Hmmm... I thought you freaks had the fastest connections in the world :)

hehe.. guess not.. anyway, here it comes:

Down: 2.3 Mbit

Up: 2.3 Mbit

Price: about £5 a month :rolleyes:

No limits

Have Phun!

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I am with BT Broadband which is different to BT Openworld. I have to say that it is a very good ISP and have had no probs whatsoever. I have 512/256 adsl connection :thumbs up:

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