Fortunately, i don't include myself in the "group" that actually wants the moon on a plate for £10 a month. To have access to what i consider a premium product i'm quite happy to pay a premium price.
I currently pay for 2x Fibre 90 Office Pro packages from ADSL24 per month, £105.80 Total.
I currently pay for 2x BT Line Rental per month, £26 Total.
I paid 2x FTTC Installs, £100 Total (One off charge)
If we work that out, over the period of the 12 month contract, it's around £140 per month.
As i said in a previous post, i was previously with BE and had their bonded package which is priced at £66.38 a month, take into account the 2 BT line rentals again, and their one off install charge of £86.81.
This works out at around £100 per month.
As i've previously said, for an extra spend of around £40 per month, i've moved from BE bonding with a speed of around 12mbps to FTTC with a speed of around 73mbps.
£40 extra per month for a 6x speed increase? It's a no brainer imho.
So, someone mentioned the "Unlimited" word, with ADSL24 as i've previously stated i now have 2 packages, this actually doubles my peak time usage, from 90gig to 180gig (ADSL24 peak time with these packages are 8am-8pm). From 8pm each evening and all weekend i have Unlimited usage. Now as i ain't around during the day (I'm actually working) the peak time usage isn't an issue for those couple of hours that i'm actually home.
Just to clear up a couple of other points made, BE have been doing Bonding
for quite some time now, i was actually part of an earlier trial. BE don't do FTTC at the moment, so the point "ADSL24 re-sell BE" is null, do they even re-sell BE LLU? I ain't sure
The speed test link in my sig, if you actually take a look at the URL of this link, you should notice that it is actually hosted on the Speed Test site
i used to test with, it really isn't JUST a picture
Edited by tuff (Sat 15-Jan-11 12:13:15)