Looking around at the various offers online for them, I see most of the cheaper unlimited packages (£15–25 roughly) offering 20–24MB/sec. Obviously they won't be using that bandwidth, and would be, I think, spending money on something they'll not be getting for some time i.e. a faster line in the future. So, I'm wondering if anyone knows of an ISP that'll offer a 2MB package that'll come in at a low price; or even if that's technically possible, and that the impossibility of that is what is causing this gap in the market.
Disclosure: I am, due to discovering this problem, also toying with the idea of starting a service that'd offer such a deal, but haven't the technical know how or capital to start one any time soon, so please don't worry about me running off with any technical answers and making money off the back of them.
I would like to understand why this gap exists.
If you have or know of an ISP not listed on thinkbroadband that you'd like to point me towards, please do.
Edited by lief (Sun 04-Jun-17 19:40:04)