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8y, 1m agoPosted 8 years, 1 month ago
I am in th process of moving into a rented house long story short lost job found another but need to move house down to Hampshire from Hertfordshire.

Will need access to T'internet but dont want to be tied into an 12/18 month contract as I may only be there for 6 months if we cant sell our house here

Currently have Tiscali here

Anyone got any ideas what or if any companies do short term deals???
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8y, 1m agoPosted 8 years, 1 month ago
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How about mobile internet, then the contract is irrelevant. Go on to Vodafone or o2 and check your postcodes for both places - if both show good service levels then it is worth the risk
#2
Some companies do have 1 month contracts, especially if you elect not to receive hardware free with your new contract.

Off the top of my head probably all Entanet resellers (the likes of ADSL24), Plus.net and AOL (well they did a few months back).
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This might give you some ideas.

http://www.top10-broadband.co.uk/

Remember to check Quidco before signing up. :)
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Thanks chaps
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How about mobile internet, then the contract is irrelevant. Go on to Vodafone or o2 and check your postcodes for both places - if both show good service levels then it is worth the risk


Mobile internet can be very handy, but it's no replacement for standard broadband (in my opinion).

Vodafone is appalling for mobile broadband, I have thoroughly tested the 'up to 7.2mb' service and reached speeds no better than dial up internet.

Three mobile broadband is very respectible with average speeds around 1mb.

I would suggest a short 1 month standard adsl broadband contract might suit you better. AOL, Plusnet, Zen and a few others all offer 1 month rolling contract options.

Steve

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