Currently paying just over £14/month, 50GB download limit; cost is not a major issue, reliability of service is. Sadly nowadays, with their move away from the domestic market, Eclipse during the working day is getting slower, especially for such things as watching YouTube videos. At the moment rarely use more than 15-20GB/month but would prefer to have unlimited to cope with future activities.
Currently have the telephone with BT, LRS plus, Anytime calls, Caller Id included, and have a very reliable service, we're happy and would prefer to stay with BT. Absolutely NOT interested in BT Sport (or anything similar). I'm well aware, having watched numerous threads on TBB, about other suppliers but am happy to continue to be with BT.
CS = 7887 kbps (seems to have dropped of late)
LA = 42.5 db
NM = 12.0 db (higher than in the past, hence lower CS?)
CS = 1107 kbps
LA = 24.2 db
NM = 5.8db
Straight line distance to fibre-enable Cab is .77km
Straight line distance Cab to Exchange (MRHUL) is 1.2km
Looking at the BT offerings (and bearing in mind I'm already a BT customer)...
Unlimited Adsl BB is £8/month
Looking at Infinity. Given that BT say that I could get 20-28MB (Estimated download speed range) / 16MB Minimum guaranteed speed there's no point in considering anything other than Infinity 1. So...
Unlimited Infinity 1 (+ weekend calls) is £15/month
As I'm already paying for Anytime calls then any such supplement on these packages would be the same as I'm already paying so can be effectively disregarded.
As far as I can see both these packages are not special offers so not liable to a major price hike after the 12 months minimum term.
It would seem therefore that I could have unlimited Infinity 1 for less than £1 more than currently paying and no other monthly price differences - ignoring any one-off payments or prepaid Master cards. Or have I missed something?
Also would changing to either of these change the free Caller Id I currently have?
Anything I may have missed?
We have more and more laws, and less and less enforcement