I understand that due to my usage (Well over 100GB per month) I'm going to be throttled by pretty much any ADSL company I goto (Unless I cough up for true unlimited packages for £50+/month and I'm not willing to pay that much), so I'm making a list of each ISP's throttled speed at peak times. I understand that different ISPs have different definitions of "peak times" so please include that information.
Hopefully if everyone contributes this will be a comprehensive list that can be put in the FAQ or stickied/pinned.
Basically I could live with an ISP that throttles down to 2Mbits/s and may be even stretch down to 1Mbit/sec if the "peak times" are reasonable and the price is right. However I’ve heard that ISP’s throttle down to 512Kbits/s which is unacceptable.
I'm currently with GreenISP ADSL (
A BT ADSL wholesale reseller, I forgot the technical term for it), but I signed up back when the contract was truly unlimited, however it's only 1Mbit/s at all times. If I re-sign up with them at a better speed I will lose my current unlimited contract forever. My first choice was Be Broadband (bethere.co.uk) however their LLU service isn’t supported in my area and there’s no sign of that changing. I’m also not keen on changing Landline provider (currently with BT). As for speed I’d be more than happy with 8Mbits/s
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