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Standard User eddie1150
(learned) Sat 19-Feb-11 22:34:34
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Re: FTTC Enabled on Monday


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Which router would people recommended?
Netgear Rangemax 150
Or
Netgear WNR2000
smile
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Standard User RobertoS
(sensei) Sun 20-Feb-11 00:00:15
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I just got a new Buffalo Airstation Nfiniti WHR-G300Nv2 off Amazon for £23.56 delivered. Seems great so far. Just my laptop doesn't support a two-channel link so 130kbps is my best wireless connection speed.

My broadband basic info/help site - www.robertos.me.uk
My domains,website and mail hosting - Tsohost. Internet connection - IDNet Home Starter Fibre.
Standard User orly
(experienced) Sun 20-Feb-11 02:02:55
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In reply to a post by eddie1150:
You dont price match do you smile haha
Also your off peak, is that unlimited?
Thanks


We don't price match as everything is carefully worked out, however we don't charge a setup fee which will save you at least £50, if not more. I'm not aware of any other ISP who does free setup atm.

Our off-peak is indeed unlimited.


BT has no setup charge. Without looking, I can tell they're cheaper than you too.

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BT Infinity 8th July 2010
Connected to: P23 Kilmaine Road, Bangor, BT19 6DT (NIBA)
600m (approx) to cabinet
25.5mbit down / 7.6mbit up

Previously:
BT Broadband, roughly 4mbit sync
4KM line / 54dB atten / 9dB SNR / Netgear DG834GT

Edited by orly (Sun 20-Feb-11 02:03:09)


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Standard User Spasch
(experienced) Sun 20-Feb-11 09:38:36
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BT has no setup charge. Without looking, I can tell they're cheaper than you too.
Not everything is about price, for everyone.. laugh
Standard User eddie1150
(learned) Sun 20-Feb-11 10:23:36
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It is for me, however i would pay anything not to be with BT.... morons!
Standard User Zadeks
(member) Sun 20-Feb-11 10:47:20
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Indeed. It's best to dismiss the ignorant BT fanboys.
Standard User aquiss
(experienced) Sun 20-Feb-11 10:50:01
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Indeed. It's best to dismiss the ignorant BT fanboys.


I accept BT Retail are good at what they do, it's just not what we do tongue

Standard User eddie1150
(learned) Sun 20-Feb-11 10:54:20
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Indeed. It's best to dismiss the ignorant BT fanboys.

For some reason my company INSIST on dealing with these idiots. And after a recent office move, they have hopefully seen the error of their ways! It took me 2 weeks on the phone to BT business to get them to do what they needed to do in the first place!
Standard User RobertoS
(sensei) Sun 20-Feb-11 12:44:58
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BT has no setup charge. Without looking, I can tell they're cheaper than you too.
According to this Infinity Option 1 has a £50 setup fee, or with a Calls bundle it is £25. Only the Option 2 ones are free. All are 18-month contracts.

My broadband basic info/help site - www.robertos.me.uk
My domains,website and mail hosting - Tsohost. Internet connection - IDNet Home Starter Fibre.
Standard User orly
(experienced) Sun 20-Feb-11 16:35:38
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In reply to a post by RobertoS:
In reply to a post by orly:
BT has no setup charge. Without looking, I can tell they're cheaper than you too.
According to this Infinity Option 1 has a £50 setup fee, or with a Calls bundle it is £25. Only the Option 2 ones are free. All are 18-month contracts.


But realistically...who, being sensible, is going to take a 40GB limit?

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BT Infinity 8th July 2010
Connected to: P23 Kilmaine Road, Bangor, BT19 6DT (NIBA)
600m (approx) to cabinet
25.5mbit down / 7.6mbit up

Previously:
BT Broadband, roughly 4mbit sync
4KM line / 54dB atten / 9dB SNR / Netgear DG834GT
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