[Wolves] Broadband recommendations

Deusiah deusiah at gmail.com
Thu May 19 10:14:21 BST 2005

When I joined BT there were no fancy free connection/modem offer. I
had to fork out £30 or $50 (can't remember) for the connection fee and
£80 for a pile of junk USB modem which was swiftly replaced with a £70
wi-fi/4 port router so think yourselves lucky :/


On 5/19/05, Kevanf1 <kevanf1 at gmail.com> wrote:
> On 5/19/05, Tim Childe <tim.childe.lists at gmail.com> wrote:
> > I've hunted up and down the site and can't find any mention of usage caps or
> > it being unrestricted.
> >
> > They were capped with pay extra if you use more (which I wanted to avoid).
> >
> > If they're now either unlimited, or have a decent limit (>2Gb) then I'll be
> > very tempted away from my 17.99 512k towards their 14.99 2Mb
> > !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
> >
> > Tim.C
> It is sensible usage.  Which is sensible to them and to the customer.
> Or that's how I read it.  I'll dig the e-mail out they sent me and
> pass it on to you.
> I wish I had joined them now because the amount of interest this is
> getting I would have been eligible for some free months :-)
> I've mentioned this deal to my existing ISP and they are scared.  They
> are trying to frighten me with stuff like "do your homework , they
> have caps etc."  Well, actually I have the conditions of usage in
> writing and having gone through them more than once I do not see any
> dodgy areas.  My own ISP are no saying wait a month to see what they
> can pull out of the bag :-)  Well, I've given them a wish list
> including either a free modem or they pay the connection fee and I
> find my own modem.  I would prefer to get my own as they are
> inevitably a USB one that may not work with Linux.  Or, you pay their
> price for a proper router.
> --
> Take care.
> Kevan Farmer
> 34 Hill Street
> Cheslyn Hay
> Staffordshire
> WS6 7HR
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