I know that they may have more customers, but to offer unlimited for a few quid more than normal seems to be impossible.
Talk Talk for instance is £25.50 for unlimited fibre, yet the ISp i am with for £25.90 it is a 30GB limit, ok it is unlimited off peak. Then there is a £100 connection fee, where Talk Talk is £30.
I have no idea what sky is charging, Bt is around £26 again unlimited and free connection.
granted that sky and Talk Talk uses their own LLu system, but it still comes over the Bt fibre, so they still have to Pay Bt wholesale. How Bt retail can do the higher speed for the same price as the lower speed I don't know, i suppose it helps when you are all one company.
Never believe that rubbish about BT departments not being connected.
We are going back to the old days, where smaller ISPs will be forced out because they can't compete.
Even if i did go for fibre, there is no way i would pay a £100 connection fee, no offence ADSL24, but that is over priced, i would have to go for one of the larger providers and then there is only one I would go for and that would not be a great choice either.
Thankfully at the moment i am happy with what I got and will not be going fibre when it comes here around the end of next month, but I know a few people who are thinking of it and some of them are with the smaller ISPs and will go to Sky, Bt and even Talk Talk because they are cheaper.
Desktop machine now powered by windows 7 pro 64bit , laptop by ubuntu
On ADSL24 using C&W network.