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Standard User orly
(experienced) Wed 09-Mar-11 17:29:56
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Matrix guide to FTTC ISPs


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Further to Yarwells idea in the other thread, I created an initial mockup matrix of the various ISPs. I've now changed it to have the ISPs down the side to allow for more compact viewing.

Both myself and Yarwell are able to edit this online at Google Docs. I'm happy to add anyone else who isn't a time-waster to the list of editors so that, in collaboration, it can be updated or errors fixed. If you want access, PM me or leave a message on this thread. You need some sort of Google account from the looks of it to get access.

The list can be viewed online @ http://bit.ly/f3il0d

Feel free to point out any errors or ideas on how it could be improved.

Thanks

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BT Infinity 8th July 2010
Connected to: P23 Kilmaine Road, Bangor, BT19 6DT (NIBA)
600m (approx) to cabinet
25.5mbit down / 7.6mbit up

Previously:
BT Broadband, roughly 4mbit sync
4KM line / 54dB atten / 9dB SNR / Netgear DG834GT
Standard User MHC
(legend) Wed 09-Mar-11 17:35:05
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Re: Matrix guide to FTTC ISPs


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BT Business options are missing.

http://business.bt.com/broadband-and-internet/intern...

You also need to indicate if prices are inc/ex VAT





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Standard User orly
(experienced) Wed 09-Mar-11 17:38:39
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Re: Matrix guide to FTTC ISPs


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As it says, it's not an exhaustive list. Hoping others will be interested in adding to it where necessary.

All prices are with VAT or VAT added. Could split it into 2 sheets, one for home and one for business and have the business list exc. VAT?

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BT Infinity 8th July 2010
Connected to: P23 Kilmaine Road, Bangor, BT19 6DT (NIBA)
600m (approx) to cabinet
25.5mbit down / 7.6mbit up

Previously:
BT Broadband, roughly 4mbit sync
4KM line / 54dB atten / 9dB SNR / Netgear DG834GT

Edited by orly (Wed 09-Mar-11 17:43:49)


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Standard User MHC
(legend) Wed 09-Mar-11 17:43:01
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Standard User yarwell
(sensei) Wed 09-Mar-11 17:45:04
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Is Timico 24 month contract ? http://www.timico.co.uk/soho/ip_connectivity/fibre_b...

I've tweaked it on that basis, put the 50 GB across both peak and off-peak and added the per GB extra column.

Is the single GB allowance clear in its meaning ?

Phil

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Standard User orly
(experienced) Wed 09-Mar-11 17:46:13
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Yes, seems better that way.

Actually watched you doing it in realtime. Nifty site is Google Docs.

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BT Infinity 8th July 2010
Connected to: P23 Kilmaine Road, Bangor, BT19 6DT (NIBA)
600m (approx) to cabinet
25.5mbit down / 7.6mbit up

Previously:
BT Broadband, roughly 4mbit sync
4KM line / 54dB atten / 9dB SNR / Netgear DG834GT
Standard User yarwell
(sensei) Wed 09-Mar-11 17:51:52
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Could split it into 2 sheets, one for home and one for business and have the business list exc. VAT?


that would make sense. Perhaps a price break between business and residential too for those suppliers with a single (expensive) offering ?

Phil

MaxDSL - goes as fast as it can and doesn't read the line checker first.

MaxDSL diagnostics
Are your kids pirates ? Limewire, Bearshare, Kazaa, BitTorrent, eMule are all tools of the trade.
Standard User BatBoy
(legend) Wed 09-Mar-11 17:52:24
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I don't like the split columns, makes filtering impossible.



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Standard User yarwell
(sensei) Wed 09-Mar-11 18:03:29
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suggestions ? Having N/A in one of the columns isn't correct IMHO. It's hardly of a size where filtering is necessary TBH.

Phil

MaxDSL - goes as fast as it can and doesn't read the line checker first.

MaxDSL diagnostics
Are your kids pirates ? Limewire, Bearshare, Kazaa, BitTorrent, eMule are all tools of the trade.
Standard User Johnct
(committed) Wed 09-Mar-11 18:04:54
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must have been a bad post !
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