So it's time to make the jump to fibre... my current broadband provided by Sky is pretty good - 14mb / 1mb but I am having occasional latency spikes which so far Sky haven't been able to fix.
Hopefully the change to fibre will do the trick, but if it doesn't, which ISP could I rely on to get it sorted? (Well I guess not Sky, unfortunately)
My current thinking, in order of preference, is:
1) BT - they ought to be the most likely to fix my latency problem? I could make use of the BT Sport channel too.
2) PlusNet - cheapest, but the plusnet forum suggests they're struggling with so many customers and speeds are falling (is that true?)
3) Sky - easiest! But they have failed to fix my glitch (so far).
Has anyone got any thoughts on their relative merits? Are my perceptions correct?
(And... I noticed I could get the BT deal cheaper through uSwitch - it's £3 less per month, with an extra M&S voucher... would I be able to do that via QuidCo? It would certainly make BT look quite reasonable)
Here are the stats off the availability checker:
FTTC Range A (Clean) 40 31.5 8 5.8 -- Available
FTTC Range B (Impacted) 35 19.3 8 4 -- Available
Here's my thread
regarding my ping problem: