The checker doing what it says they are doing sounds very like full LLU and to be honest is no surprise.
Full LLU is the way that firms can do mega cheap phone and broadband line rental bundles.
Most contracts do not define the delivery technology, so leaving the firm to use whatever they wish. The better providers do provide some information on this, but often it is hidden as an 'upgrade' letter when someone is moved from WLR/SMPF to full LLU.
As for comments people are making, generally with referral driven providers you find the distinction between happy and unhappy is a very wide gulf. The referral income can also mean some people stretch things a little sometimes.
I 'm not sure how my freind go to know about them, could of been a marketing call or cold call in person to their premiss, I vaguely can remember seeing some flyer in the office laster with XLN on it some deals about phone , rental & calls,
From what my freind says the broadband is supposed to be upto 20mb ,which on the face of it says 21cn bt white lable, but reading their terms (which to me does not provide sufficient info, as a lot of key facts are not even given reference to,) I personally would not of done business with a company who expects a12mth notice to cancel without penalty they seem to be also still using the auto renewing of contracts , which i thought had been stopped as of dec 11 ? personally they seem to be operating IMO outside of the laws of this country
in particular the £200 cancellation fee, should you not give the 1yr notice in advance
That has to be wrong, i would take my chances with the county court on that every time, as i would be
1 surprised if they actually registered it in a county court
2, A county court judge finding in XLN 's favor, as that is an excessive amount by any standards