[Scottish] Commsworld & Murphx

Daniel Owens danny at ipalchemy.com
Wed Mar 5 17:54:44 GMT 2008

Hi Tim,

I use a very small isp called prodigynet; http://prodigynet.co.uk
They provide the basic services as wires only and are very reliable.   
When you call tech support, you always speak to the same guy and it is 
an 0870 number so no big bills for tech support.   They are not the 
cheapest, but for quality they are excellent in my experience - I have 
been with them for years.

For a glasgow office, consider an sdsl service of the type provided by 
easynet http://www.easynetconnect.co.uk/sdsl/
I have implemented this type of system for several clients and it is 
really good for head offices. (take a look at the contention ratios).

Danny Owens

Tim Brocklehurst wrote:
> I wonder if anyone can help...
> Our Aberdeen office is currently using CommsWorld as an ISP, with quite successfully. The actual service is provided by Demon with CommsWorld essentially providing support and maintenance. CommsWorld is now moving to MurphX to supply adsl broadband (amongst other things). The prices certainly look attractive (8Mbps,832Kbps £600 P.A.) but I'm wondering if anyone has any experience with them.
> We are also looking to upgrade our Glasgow office ADSL, but as this is our main office I REALLY don't want to have a poor provider.
> Any Suggestions?
> Tim B.
> Software/Design Engineer
> Malin Marine Consultants
> 17 Sandyford Place
> Glasgow
> G3 7NB
> Tel : 0141 243 2242
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