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Broadband Provider with little or no minimum contract.

I am looking for the cheapest line rental/phone/internet provider where I can have a six month contract or less, I move out of my apartment in 6 months time so I don't really what to pay for 6/12 months once I've left.

Any advice?

TIA

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Oh and I'm in the East End of London :-D

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onlyme23;1959925

try here … try here ]http://www.broadbandchoices.co.uk/products.asp?typeid=44&kt=218~DYNAMIC&gclid=CKe32c6D9JICFQFcQgod628P4g



Nice one, did find that when I googled it. Just wondered if anyone had experience with them.

Anyone know if tiscali are flexible in their minimum contracts?

just watch out for the t&c's for whoever you go with, cause half the ones who claim no miniumum contract still throw in the small print of something like 'we reserve the right to charge you £50 if you terminate within 12 months'

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onlyme23;1961013

just watch out for the t&c's for whoever you go with, cause half the ones … just watch out for the t&c's for whoever you go with, cause half the ones who claim no miniumum contract still throw in the small print of something like 'we reserve the right to charge you £50 if you terminate within 12 months'



Thanks for the heads up :thumbsup:

AOL Flexi ]here
Our best ever broadband offer from £4.99 a month for the first 3 months
No minimum term contract
No cancellation fees and no notice period
Fast download speeds of up to 8Mbps (depending on your line and location)
Wireless router worth £50 included
£29.99 activation charge (non refundable) think your exchnage needs to be LLU'd by AOL for this price

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Paddy_o_furniture;1961949

AOL Flexi ]here Our best ever broadband offer from £4.99 a month for the … AOL Flexi ]here Our best ever broadband offer from £4.99 a month for the first 3 months No minimum term contract No cancellation fees and no notice period Fast download speeds of up to 8Mbps (depending on your line and location) Wireless router worth £50 included £29.99 activation charge (non refundable) think your exchnage needs to be LLU'd by AOL for this price



Think this is what I'm gonna go for tbh, jus gotta make sure BT dont have me on a 12 monther for line rental. :oops:
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