On BT is is pretty much the same price.
But there is bound to be some difference, they are not going to offer high speed fibre for the same price without sacrificing something compared to ADSL.
Like the ISp I am with, the ADSL service I am on is unlimited, no traffic management and no profiling for a pretty decent price, not cheap but decent.. If I went for their fibre service, I would either pay the same and still get less as it is not unlimited or I could pay more but I still get less than I do now, just for a bit more speed, ok a lot more speed.
That is unclear, and in my opinion unlikely. There is no mention of needing TV on the current pre-launch Sky Fibre page, even in the small print that says you have to have Sky line rental and calls.
In most of the articles I have read it says that you will need Sky TV, since I don't have any TV at all that will be out.
Still fibre is not here yet, suppose to be here at the end of June, then it will take months to sort out the cabinets, so got a bit of time to make up my mind, but to be honest I am ok with ADSL, I would not mind a bit more speed, but at the moment it does what I want.
I don't need 40 megabits or any where near it, 8 would do me to be honest.
Desktop machine now powered by windows 7 pro 64bit , laptop by ubuntu
On ADSL24 using C&W network.
Edited by zyborg47 (Fri 06-Apr-12 10:43:47)