[Phpwm] Broadband recommendations.
andy at w4.co.uk
Mon Oct 4 15:42:55 UTC 2010
On 4 October 2010 16:25, Martin Meredith <martin.meredith at mobilefun.co.uk>wrote:
> On Mon, Oct 4, 2010 at 4:18 PM, Andy Cowan <andy at w4.co.uk> wrote:
>> On 4 October 2010 16:15, Martin Meredith <martin at sourceguru.net> wrote:
>>> On 02/10/10 20:51, Andy Cowan wrote:
>>>> 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.
>>> Link? I can't find an ISP called WebTap
>> Sorry Martin - WebTap = Web Tapestry, who you've already mentioned. I was
>> agreeing with you :-)
>> http://http://www.webtapestry.net/ (but you already knew that!)
> Aha, ok, I get it now!!! I only reccomend as I've previously used them when
> I could only get ADSL, and they managed to get me a line where everyone else
> said it was impossible AND they also managed to impress me by having decent
> support. (Actually knowing what I meant when I sent them a traceroute :D)
We've found they're excellent at picking out the best option for any
particular exchange/distance, getting difficult installs done and providing
excellent performance over *whatever* option is available.
Support-wise - yes, they do know what they're doing, but they know it and
they don't suffer fools particularly. If you know what you're talking about,
they're very good, if you're not a network engineer, you're better off using
a reseller who can talk to their support for you.
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