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What Broadband to get which isnt a 12month contract?

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well im off to uni next week and need to get broadband in my flat have been doing some research of my own and its so complicated have to get a bt line first and pay like £11 a month for line rental pl… Read More
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7y, 7m agoPosted 7 years, 7 months ago
well im off to uni next week and need to get broadband in my flat have been doing some research of my own and its so complicated have to get a bt line first and pay like £11 a month for line rental plus find a broadband supplier which isnt a 12 month contract cause im at uni for about 8 months and I have the same problem for bt line rental? im in a real pickle and dont no what other options I have besides mobile broadband which is pretty shit as I want to download movies and watch programmes online as my laptop is my tv at uni. any help would be much appreciated and rep will be left.
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7y, 7m agoPosted 7 years, 7 months ago
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#1
virgin do student packages suited around 9months i believe...check their site out.

just internet provider: be there - really good, and have 3month contracts
#2
wicked thanks will have a look. rep left
#3
the post office have 11.75 a month for the home phone, no need to pay BT and no minimum tie in. Not sure where to get your BB though just an option

Try looking at samknows.com for help tapping in the postcode brings up providers and have a look on quidco.com for cashback :-).
#4
is there any sort of install charge?
#5
virgin 9 month student deal is available online and through all currys/pc world stores
#6
The PO will charge you about £110 to install if there's no line there already. Also it's 12 months minimum.
banned#7
I am pretty sure that Be Broadband which is very good has a 3 month contract
#8
Be Broadband do something like that. I use them and they are very good.

They are owned by o2 so they could do it also.
#9
just rang be and they dont cover my area which is just fantastic. virgin are wayyy to expensive, they are charging me like £60 for a connection fee and £50 for cancellation fee plus £29 a month which includes line rental but still that is way over my budget. any other companies people???
#10
steve1221
The PO will charge you about £110 to install if there's no line there already. Also it's 12 months minimum.


bloody hell its so expensive I thought broadband was gettin cheaper.
#11
Hace you thought of getting that type of broadband where you just have the attachment to your comp rather than wired/router type thing? I thing 3 do what Im on about?
#12
yeh but the download limit sucks the max ive seen is 15gb and its a 18 month contract im only at uni for 8 months. Cant believe more companies dont cater for students there is big market out there
#13
sarbjeet_
yeh but the download limit sucks the max ive seen is 15gb and its a 18 month contract im only at uni for 8 months. Cant believe more companies dont cater for students there is big market out there


fair enough...I just thought the contract lenght could be better as you could in effect take it with you when you move out....I understand, I only left uni this year with a £100 closing fee from BT....
...theres always the library :whistling:
#14
bt line rental + o2 broadband - £50 quidco from o2?

p.s. can anyone link to the virgin student package? can't find it on the website.. wouldn't mind having a look at it cos my house has a virgin line installed so im basically stuck with them unless i want to ay £100 to BT to setup a BT line. cba with that!
#15
oldmanhouse
bt line rental + o2 broadband - £50 quidc


your forgetting the hefty £140 install charge plus 12 month contract

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