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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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Telstra Bigpond its so sad :no:

it would be so bad if i had a 20 gig limit instead of 400 meg

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my parents have rogers hi-speed lite here. its pretty decent, 20 bucks a month for 1mbps dl and 128kbps upload. its very good for what i do, just browse the net and dl stuff. we got it split on a wifi network for everyone here at the house. i can be anywhere in the house with my laptop and log onto the forums :thumbup i love the forms :D keeps me company when theres no one around, this summer is gonna be boring.

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Tiscali 2Mb down uncapped for £17.99 a month...there is alot of traffic on my line so i can see really slow periods of only 60KB/s and + but i havent had any problems to complain about so far so im happy

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I use a 2MBit ADSL line with flatrate. ISP is GMX who resells the lines of our former monopolist Deutsche Telekom (T-Online, T-Com, T-Systems, T-Mobile are the divisions of Deutsche Telekom). In the next weeks I get ADSL2+ with 20MBit Flatrate.

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BBB BredBandsBolaget 12/9 - and it really rocks :thumbup

Costs? Peanuts... :whistle:

From a sunny Sweden

SwedenXP B)

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plus.net - fantastic, never had downtime or issues with line

8mb line, 2gb cap at £14.99 a month.

each excess gb is £1.50, but they are quite good on this as have gone over a never been charged

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was with freedom 2 surf but since they added caps and trafic prioritisation i have left them and moved to zen (who have since added caps but fortunatly not to exsisting users) so far they ahve been very very good

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Chello Extreme (Netherlands),

20 Mbit down, 2 Mbit up. No data cap. I'm very satisfied!

Very often I use the full 20 Mbit down! And almost always the full 2 mbit up. :D

79 Euro's p/month. Seems a lot, but not if you calculate how many DVDs I download! :D :D :D

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Tiscali: unlimited usage from 11 in the evening to 6 in the evening next day ;)

2mbit d/u.

£19.99/month with unlimited off peak calls (local).

My mum is very happy with my choice of package and ISP so much she bought me Ubuntu for £40 :( What's the point?

I used to use Wanadoo btw if I have a superfast 8mbit connection, how am I meant to cap it under 2GB a month? FAR too small.

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does any one know what OC 1 is? if not here is a little schooling for you

- OC1

Fiber optic connection capable of transfering data at 51.85 Mbps.

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Using Sprint (AKA: Embarq) for my DSL. 512k down / 128k up =(

Very reliable service though - I'll give them that.

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Caiway (the netherlands) 4mbit dl 0,5mbit up 20gb/m CAB (but officialy is Fair use, so i wont get billed right away) €30.- ( x1.25 ~ $37,50)

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road runner cable, ~900 kbs down, ~45kbs up

45$ a month

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AOL, ~56 kbs down (20kbs average), 3kbs up

$79.99 a month

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Cable One in Idaho. $55 a month for a full 3meg line...

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I have a 9MB cable connection, though I've never had speeds over 2MB. Average is 1.5MB.

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56k with SoverNet (sover.net) The usual download bandwidth is 40 kbps. I wish I can get it up to at least 48 kbps. :(

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