Now if PN were to let us have the residential Plusnet Value at £6.49 a month for a Market 3 exchange, no router, that could change my whole perception of them as a company.
Businesses are expected to be able to make a profit, and be able to afford the extra fiver a month. I'm sure you'll find a better deal elsewhere though.
My gf's company have moved their BB and phone to PN lately and have saved a packet. They hardly use the Internet nor make hundreds of external calls (service company), so while they don't utilise the potential of the deal to the full, they have cut their costs down to next to nothing compared to previous contracts. The only sticking point was the contract length, but they didn't see a problem since they don't use the service as much as others might. The only problems they've had were the big outages which affected whole regions.
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