[Phpwm] Broadband recommendations.

Andy Cowan andy at w4.co.uk
Sat Oct 2 19:51:34 UTC 2010

I'd mention WebTap as well - we resell them, so we've got 70ish lines with
them - and they're very good. Good at getting the best carrier in each
exchange, whatever that might be, and then a good quality service over that
wholesale line.

Highly recommended.


On 30 September 2010 19:46, Mike Tipping <mike at etuna.co.uk> wrote:

> Currently I'm on an original 512k down 256k up broadband connection that I
> get through a hosting company I deal with. The support is great but it's
> not
> cheap and getting anything faster will cost a fortune with them.
> Looking on the internet the market nowadays seems to largely comprise of
> cheap no frills limited providers or companies that only work when they
> have
> their equipment in their exchange.
> I need an provider with decent support, fixed IP addresses (I've been
> amazed
> at how many ISP's I've spoken to don't know what one is, let alone provide
> one) and the ability to provide broadband in my very rural exchange.
> So who does everyone else use and are they any good?
> Cheers
> Mike
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Andy Cowan

Creative Director, W4 Creative Ltd
Doubleday House, High Street
Solihull. West Midlands. B91 3SJ

Website development, hosting and internet strategy.
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