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What ISP's let you take out a 6 month contract?

Unbelievable_Jeff Avatar
5y, 10m agoPosted 5 years, 10 months ago
Moving into a flat on a 6 month lease (possibly extending for another after that but we'd like the option to move) so wondering which ISP's allow you to only take out a 6 month contract?

Needs to be unlimited usage if possible (we stream and download a lot); speed inst that much of an issue however. Any suggestions? Already looked at plusnet but the usage limited seemed a little low. Looking to spend about £20 p/m, quidco welcome of course!
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5y, 10m agoPosted 5 years, 10 months ago
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i think BE broadband is monthly contract and unlimited, they suppose to be one of the best providers and also give you a stactic ip which is good for gaming
#2
Cheers will have a look. Do all ISP contracts need a landline?
#3
plusnet do a no contract option and i think they can also supply the landline.
#4
All of them do want a landline of some description it appears. Anyone know the cheapest way to get a BT landline? Direct through BT or through an ISP (eg Be)?
#5
o2 broadband do a rolling contract
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banned#7
wifi from a neighbour who´s not encrypted.
#8
you need:
- BT line
- Line rental
- Internet provider

Most internet providers will provide you with internet and line rental but if you don't have a BT line AT ALL in the house - you need to get BT to install one. Costs about £110 if i remember correctly.
#9
Thanks all. Gonna try and haggle with the landlord and see if he'll absorb any of the connection costs!
#10
CReilly
Thanks all. Gonna try and haggle with the landlord and see if he'll absorb any of the connection costs!

None of the items in oldmanhouse's list should be a landlord's responsibility unless the tenancy/rental agreement states ADSL/"broadband" Internet access is provided.

PS. Freedom2Surf also offer one-month rolling contracts.

BFN,

fp.

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