[Scottish] Broadband advice

Thomas Greer uktamo at gmail.com
Wed Jan 5 17:44:05 UTC 2011

I'll second A&A.

Fantastic service, good pricing. Support is amazing, just jump on IRC
and theres normally staff or other users to help :)

PS: If you want to sign up I can do it for you drop me a line


On 5 January 2011 14:02, Marco Fontani <mfontani at cpan.org> wrote:
>> I'll be telecommuting (which will be a new experience) and wondered
>> if people had any advice on a decent ISP?
> At home, my ISP is demon (home office package) and I am quite happy with them.
> My partner telecommutes a couple days a week and we have no problems
> with the connection.
> Luckily we are near the phone exchange, so we get an ADSL2+ with 20
> MiB down / 1 MiB up for ~£24.99 a month.
> I know of at least one person at the Glasgow Perl Mongers which sings
> the praises of Andrews and Arnold (http://www.aaisp.net.uk/), and have
> been thinking of switching myself. Their service is reportedly great.
> http://www.aaisp.net.uk/broadband-prices.html
> Their plan for 3GiB/month daytime + 50 GiB/month evenings/weekend
> comes at £24.44 which is pretty much the same as demon.
> I have not switched yet as I have not been able to determine how much
> data is transferred when my partner works from home (our router is not
> collaborating).
> By the way, if anybody is interested to join the Glasgow Perl Mongers:
> we will have our next technical meeting on Thursda 2011-01-13, see
> http://glasgow.pm.org/
> Hope this helps :)
> -marco-
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