I'm moving house soon, and will be moving to an exchange with just Sky and TalkTalk LLU, plus BT 21CN WBC has just been activated:
I'm currently on Be, and enjoying consistently high speeds with the ability to download what I like, when I like, without having to worry about peak and off-peak times. I previously used ADSL24 for several years in various locations for ADSL Max, and found their service to be very good, although having being spoiled by Be, going back to a limited peak-time cap may be slightly annoying. With Zen having doubled their monthly caps, I was thinking that their 100GB or 200GB package might work well for me. Does anybody have any opinion on how ADSL24's 21CN service (MurphX) compares to Zen?
One of the other potential options open to me includes ADSL24's TalkTalk-based LLU. The name "TalkTalk" kind of makes me want to run a mile, but I gather wholesale services using their technology are actually OK. That said, it would involve "full" LLU, which I may be keen to avoid, having heard various horror stories.
Finally, there's Sky with their unlimited LLU broadband. I've never really been one for the traditional consumer ISPs, preferring the flexibility and performance of niche ISPs. However, they're reasonably cheap, and I hear their LLU product is actually quite decent. An option if I'm desperate, perhaps?
Does anybody have any opinions on what might be my best choice here? I'm inclined to stick with the familiar and go with ADSL24, and just try to avoid too much downloading/streaming at peak times, but perhaps I should give Zen a try? Cost is mostly not too much of an issue, although I think Zen Pro at £35/month would be my upper limit. (I'd be quite attracted to AAISP were it not for the relatively high bandwidth costs.)