If you choose Rental Saver with BT, you don't pay £13/mo anymore. Just £120 once and you're sorted for a year (calculates at £10/mo). Just remember to make at least 2 calls per month (they could be inclusive) - otherwise there's a hidden charge.
I took the bundle (BT Infinity Option 2 + Unlimited Anytime Calls) + Rental Saver.
£28/mo, 18 month contract and 3 first months for Free.
Not so bad, in fact, for 37.5down and 8up. There is obviously a cap on this VDSL line - the engineer's tester shown 40000/10000 rock stable. The promise on Infinity site was 32/7. Virgin is on my street but won't go to my house. O2 did the best there is on my line, which was about 3.8/1... sucked to sit & wait for videos to download.
The Home Hub 3 is WiFi 802.11n enabled, has four ports of which one (No.4) is gigabit, the rest are fastethernet (100Mbps). All ports active, the local transfer speed is very decent.
Email, Digital Vault (5GB), Automatic backup program, and security solution which is I guess based on McAfee -- free. Plus BT speedtester available which shows your BT profile.
I'm quite pleased with the product, especially taking into account that couple years ago I left BT for O2 due to BT's DLM being too harsh on my SNR margin.
Max the EastExpert,
Edited by EastExpert (Wed 25-May-11 03:55:55)