Back in the beginning of October I received my invoice for the previous month and found I was charged around £100 more than usual. After talking to a helpful woman I found I'd gone over my monthly allowance. She told me that for only a little more I could have unlimited. She sent me the info and I saw the contract would be for that and also listed was First Fixed IP Address whereas previously it had been dynamic. I went ahead.
Since then, I've had two invoices in which I was overcharged and had to phone up to get it reimbursed, but, that is another story. The main confusion come from the fact that I've been logging my IP Address that changed on 23 Oct when I switched to unlimited and then changed three times since. When inquiring why it was changing Timico got back to me to inform me that I had a dynamic IP Address and that "First Fixed IP Address" means a Dynamic Address. The person I talked to admitted he didn't understand the strange use of the phrase either.
So, can anyone with a bit of legal and technical know-how explain how "First Fixed IP Address" could mean its complete opposite "Dynamic Address"?