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BT Infinity 2 vs Sky Fibre vs PlusNet Fibre vs Virgin Media XL

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s4vvy2y, 3w agoPosted 2 years, 3 weeks ago
Happily been with O2 since it began and now planning to move on since O2 sold broadband business to Sky. Quiet a lot of choices out there. So i would like to ask you guys if you get a good service with any of these service providers and any suggestions on to which is better than others, since there is not a best amongst them all.

Many thanks.
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s4vvy2y, 3w agoPosted 2 years, 3 weeks ago
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BA11banned#1
do you even have fibre or virgin available?

I like how people list all the options and then realize they can only get ADSL2+ at their house.
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BA11
do you even have fibre or virgin available?

I like how people list all the options and then realize they can only get ADSL2+ at their house.

Yes i live in the Greater London area (Hounslow) and the fiber has a very good coverage here. (Speed advised: 65D/20U)
BA11banned#3
I've had Virgin for years and Sky Fibre in another property for about 3 months. cannot complain about both.

it depends if you want/need landline and possibly TV, as you can save that way.

If you just need broadband, I'd say Virgin.

Edited By: BA11 on May 02, 2013 14:22
chocl801#4
it all depends on a few factors: hw many devices/ppl r u using, do u download a lot (traffic management), do u need d landline (cost).

if average download then virgin wud be ideal since u can get a 30meg bb for 22.50.

if u download a lot then u need sky as no traffic management n truly unlimited.

if u need d landline then plusnet wud be ideal both for cost n truly unlimited option.
hope that helps!
itsn0b0dybanned#5
virgin is the only FTTP service if I'm correct
BA11banned#6
itsn0b0dy
virgin is the only FTTP service if I'm correct

you're wrong.

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