[Phpwm] Broadband recommendations.

Andy Cowan 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.


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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