[access-uk] Re: Service Providers

Hi,

Another one which I missed off is Nildram <http://www.nildram.net>.  What Demon 
and I think Nildram did was to put people on lower speads and not have a 
download cap on the services.

As I said my advise would still be Plusnet :).

Andrew.

-----Original Message-----
From: access-uk@xxxxxxxxxxxxx on behalf of Andrew Ireland
Sent: Mon 28/11/2005 06:44
To: access-uk@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
Subject: [access-uk] Re: Service Providers
 
Peter,

Check out Demon Internet, <www.demon.net>. - I have used them for
years with no problems.  No restrictions on data.

HTH

Andrew


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> Hi Andrew,
> Thanks for that info. I have logged onto the plusnet site. They are
> adequate, I suppose, but I still didn't like the fact that
> you are limited.
> I also checked into Freeserve and, again, found that you are
limited.
> Then I came across Telewest and was very surprised. I liked them a
> lot. They offered TV services, telephone services, and, hooray,
> unlimited broadband at
> a very resonable price. Unfortunately, they didn't cover
> Helensburgh on the
> firth of Clyde. I then checked on Virgin, which possibly does do
> Helensburgh, but they too limit the user. I'm used to 10MB
> download speed
> and no limit, so I might find being limited quite
> restrictive. At the moment
> it looks like Freeserve, the wana do people will get my phone
> call later
> next week. And what is this... Wanna do, anyway. Are they
Australian?
> Some kind of cross between a wallaby and a kangaroo?
> Yes, I'm moving to Scotland. Well, someone has to take over
> from Rangers
> manager, Alex McLeish and I aim to fill out an application.
> 
> Peter
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