My contract with BT is up and it's rolling at the moment on a monthly basis. I pay £22 a month and I am receiving calls from BT telling me that I could 'save' £2 by signing a 12-month contract for BT Fibre-Optic Broadband at £19.99 per month.
BT claim that I can receive speeds of 20mb per second. But I have seen the offers around for O2 at £9.99 and they say up to 20mb too.
Are O2 being creative with the way they advertise their speeds? Would it be the same speed as BT? I am obviously in an area where I can receive this BT fibre-optic, but would this be soley achieved by BT's service only?
Thanks, I am quite confused