[access-uk] Re: Short-Term Broadband Contracts

Thanks for the correction Ibrahim, I didn't know. It is much appreciated.


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On 26/10/2010 07:26, Ibrahim Gucukoglu wrote:
hi Chris.

Actually, Be Broadband along with a number of other providers offer
short term contracts, and pay as you go mobile broadband deals aren't
nearly as good value as their contract counterparts mind you the
contracts can be 18 or 24 months long.

All the best, Ibrahim.
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Hi.
I think all home broadband providers expect you to be with them for at
least twelve months. This is standard business practice I guess.
Mobile Broadband providers on the other hand will most likely have
short-term contracts due to the nature; designed to be on the go.


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On 25/10/2010 19:53, Caroline Ford wrote:
Hello,

Does anyone know if it is possible to take out a contract for broadband
which doesn't last at least twelve months? I am asking on behalf of
someone
who will be moving temporarily to a property which doesn't currently
have
broadband. The move is likely to last only a few months so a
twelve-month
contract isn't appropriate. I haven't come across anything of this
nature
myself but thought someone else might be aware of something appropriate.

Thanks for any information,

Caroline.


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