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Choosing a Broadband package guide :- 30 Broadband suppliers rated | Over 25 Best buys including webcams, security software, MP3/MP4 players / What it really costs - cutting through confusing deals

Make the most of your Broadband guide :- Get more from your connection | Surfe safely | Watch TV on your PC and make make free phone calls
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You'll probably be bombarded with junk mail offering you cheap subscriptions to Which?
They did a similar thing with a 99p car buyers guide recently. Of coarse they offered me a trial subscription on the phone but I said no and apart from receving the guide (which was very useful by the way) I have never heard from them since. It took a week or 2 for delivery though.
There is a wealth of useful info on the excellent www.thinkbroadband.com but I expect the Which guide will be more concice and a much easier read for the less technically minded!

Although its a good start, no way comparable with the wealth of unbiased & accurate ratings + related info provided by Which? :)
Although its a good start, no way comparable with the wealth of unbiased & accurate ratings + related info provided by Which? :)

I think that is a very debatable issue.

That apart, "Which" has one major problem, it takes forever before reviews are published so are usually out of date before they reach the light of day, and often models are no longer available or have been changed by then :-(

I saw every issue for 20 years at work, it has some limited information I liked, but I don't find any urge to subscribe now I don't see it. For an organisation which is run for consumers, I have always been puzzled why it's sales methods are of the type I would not recommend with any other organisation :-(

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