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Standard User Coroder
(newbie) Thu 03-Nov-11 14:07:33
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Any ISP's still offer the IPStream Max Premium (832kbps up)?


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As the title,

Looking for a new broadband line to be put in but struggling to see if any providers still do the ADSL Max premium package with the increased upload rate. Just wandering if anyone here knows of any ISP's which do this still?

Only other real stipulation is that I need unlimited usage. Technical support etc isn't really needed as I can sort all that out on my own.
Standard User uno
(fountain of knowledge) Thu 03-Nov-11 14:15:11
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Nearest you'll get to unlimited usage is probably Plusnet, and they do 832k upload.

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Standard User Apprentice
(knowledge is power) Thu 03-Nov-11 15:00:06
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You can get what you want on some Business Broadband packages at a price.

For example IDNet from £874.50p + VAT per year, more expensive for monthly contracts naturally.

Edit > BT Business BB probably do it but you would need to speak to an adviser to be sure.

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Standard User camieabz
(sensei) Thu 03-Nov-11 15:06:08
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Plusnet do it for £7.83 per month, but if you want unlimited usage, you will have to go for their business option 3 (increased upload as standard), which has some traffic management, per the link below. 12 month contract is £28pm, while 24 month contract is £25pm:

https://portal.plus.net/support/broadband/speed_guid...

If it's increased upload you need, then I doubt any download management will bother you too much. The residential 'extra' package costs £11.49 per month, plus £7.83, is £19.32, so you pay £5.68 for the 'unlimited' broadband (If taking the £25pm option).

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Standard User 4M2
(committed) Thu 03-Nov-11 15:33:22
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Might be possible to stick a "pro" add-on to the business option 3 if one had a chat with PN sales?
Standard User epyon
(committed) Thu 03-Nov-11 17:38:47
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BT business.

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Standard User RobertoS
(sensei) Thu 03-Nov-11 23:07:00
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What exchange are you on? There could be packages giving even higher than 832kbps. Though perhaps you have already established that there aren't?

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Standard User Coroder
(newbie) Fri 04-Nov-11 03:13:35
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My exchange is not 21cn enabled so unless I bond lines together the best I should be able to get is the 832kbps frown

Thanks everyone as well for your suggestions.
Standard User ionic
(fountain of knowledge) Fri 04-Nov-11 08:22:49
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Andrews & Arnold do 832 up and also have the option to bond lines if you want more.
That may not fit your "unlimitied" requirement though, unless it's unlmite upload you're after (A&A don't meter upstream traffic)
Standard User RobertoS
(sensei) Fri 04-Nov-11 08:50:03
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There are many exchanges that are not WBC-enabled, (ie 21CN), but can still supply over 832kbps upload. But if you don't want to tell us it ... tongue smile.

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Edited by RobertoS (Fri 04-Nov-11 18:03:34)

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