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    Hi guys. I have been with BT broadband for the past 3yrs without any probs apart from being told I will be paying £13 per mth 10 mths ago yet still being charged £16. Anyway I have decided to go elsewhere. I am a very light user in RURAL AREA so no cable deals coming here.Any help or advise appreciated.

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    I am with o2 approximately 7 pound a month for 8mg broadband and unlimited dl limit...but you have to be a o2 customer to get this i.e. o2 contract or PAYG. its a good deal not had a problem yet....sorry forgot to add if you google broadband comparrison there are sites that will tell you the best deals in your area

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    Just tried O2 as i am a customer. Best I can get is £17.13 per mth due to my area. Thank you for advice.

    lot of people have been mentioning ]bethere lately

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    Anyone heard of plusnet?

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    geedub;3835026

    lot of people have been mentioning ]bethere lately



    Thanks.

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    bfjem;3835047

    http://www.broadbandchoices.co.uk/thats worth lookin at



    Ye, Plusnet cheapest. Why is it cheaper to add phone calls? 2 services are cheaper than 1, hows that?

    I guess incentive to take you away from phone provider...it probably costs them little to be provide both, but more to share line with other company? thats a guess btw

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    I'm with Talktalk and pay £19.99 p/m which includes all calls to 01, 02 numbers 24/7, 8meg broadband and line rental. Only let down is terrible Customer Services.

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    churchy2704;3836998

    I'm with Talktalk and pay £19.99 p/m which includes all calls to 01, 02 … I'm with Talktalk and pay £19.99 p/m which includes all calls to 01, 02 numbers 24/7, 8meg broadband and line rental. Only let down is terrible Customer Services.



    Thanks for that.

    I have often been tempted to change providers and save a few pounds but - it's a good reliable service and the saving would not be more than 30 or 40 pounds a year - why take the risk?

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    I've decided to go Plusnet, they have offered me a free wireless router with option 1 (£9.65 per mth) and I like the idea of only having to give 1 mths notice and no contract.
    Thanks for help guys.

    willocks;3841681

    I've decided to go Plusnet, they have offered me a free wireless router … I've decided to go Plusnet, they have offered me a free wireless router with option 1 (£9.65 per mth) and I like the idea of only having to give 1 mths notice and no contract.Thanks for help guys.



    When going with these do you need a BT line or something similar or can you just get this on it's own? I'm looking to get broadband but don't need a fixed line.

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    TheMetalMan;3884914

    When going with these do you need a BT line or something similar or can … When going with these do you need a BT line or something similar or can you just get this on it's own? I'm looking to get broadband but don't need a fixed line.



    Unfortunately you need a phone line. Plusnet offer both for £18 mth which includes eve and weekend calls.

    willocks;3885916

    Unfortunately you need a phone line. Plusnet offer both for £18 mth which … Unfortunately you need a phone line. Plusnet offer both for £18 mth which includes eve and weekend calls.



    Ah ok thanks. Think I will go with O2 or Virgin as I can get them for around £20 a month but get 20Mbps. Rep left thanks!
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