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Standard User bluenose55
(newbie) Sun 29-Jan-12 16:56:53
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Bt or Be


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Hi All First post,should i stay with BT Broadband unlimited £13,25 plus line rental £14.60 = £27.85 12month or go to BE £17 plus line rental £11 = £28, 12month unlimited,my contract with BT is up 31st jan,thank you.
Standard User RobertoS
(sensei) Sun 29-Jan-12 17:05:50
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Have you checked you can actually get Be?

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Standard User bluenose55
(newbie) Sun 29-Jan-12 17:21:40
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Standard User bluenose55
(newbie) Sun 29-Jan-12 17:26:08
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Congratulations, you are in a broadband enabled area.
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However, there is another service on your phone line (e.g. ADSL, LLU, DACS, etc) that would prevent you from ordering a new ADSL connection.
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Anonymous
(Unregistered)Sun 29-Jan-12 17:59:09
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In reply to a post by bluenose55:
Hi All First post,should i stay with BT Broadband unlimited £13,25 plus line rental £14.60 = £27.85 12month or go to BE £17 plus line rental £11 = £28, 12month unlimited,my contract with BT is up 31st jan,thank you.
Or you could keep the line rental with BT making use of their Line Rental Saver offer, =£10.00 per month £120 payable in advance
And just have the ADSL with BE 12mth min term contract (BE value upto 12mb) £17.00 per month

Or Line rental as above but Get the BE Wholesale service via a reseller, most are a rolling monthly contract , so no tie ins, and one that i know is actually cheaper and upto download speed is higher 16mb instead of 12mb check out xilo/uno broadband
Standard User pcoventry76
(knowledge is power) Sun 29-Jan-12 22:51:20
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LOL!

be every time!. The best ISP you can get on LLU!
Anonymous
(Unregistered)Sun 29-Jan-12 23:13:19
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LOL!

be every time!. The best ISP you can get on LLU!
Not for the telephony side of thing they are not, there are cheaper and better deals out there, and a way of getting a ADSL service which is BE powered Without a 12 month contract tie in , and uk based support instead of the blundering support that is based in Bulgaria, but from bt to be unlimited you would see an improvement regardless , but that don't make them the best thing since sliced bread,
just depends on what you value more price, quality of service , tie in ,no tie ins, or support
Standard User epyon
(committed) Mon 30-Jan-12 13:39:17
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Its called taking BEs 3month contract option.

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Standard User Khan
(committed) Fri 03-Feb-12 02:20:16
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Or like me, you could stay with BT for line and get Xilo's 'Be Pro 16' (adsl2+) for £14.99 inc. vat on a 30-day contract deal. I'm well pleased with what I've got in the end.
Standard User ukhardy07
(committed) Fri 03-Feb-12 02:33:47
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If it aint broke why fix it

If you are happy as you are without problems why move?
BE is a nice provider but why bother with all of the hastle, to pay roughly the same.

If you are unhappy with BT make the move.
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