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Standard User professor973
(knowledge is power) Sun 10-Mar-19 09:29:25
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Re: ANy love for IDnet?


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IDnet switched to BT backhaul a month or two ago to cure that and it has. I don't see they are expensive unless folks prefer to suffer Plusnet, Vodafone or SSE. They saved a fiver a month over Pulse8 for me so not expensive in my book.

Standard User Alucidnation
(member) Sun 10-Mar-19 11:22:05
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Re: ANy love for IDnet?


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Thanks everyone.

Like has been said, i guess the reason there isn't much info out there is that most of their customers seem to pleased with the service.

IDnet it is.

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Standard User teshy
(newbie) Sun 10-Mar-19 13:10:06
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Standard User jaydub
(fountain of knowledge) Sun 10-Mar-19 20:51:13
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Re: ANy love for IDnet?


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As one of the posters in the linked thread who was suffering single thread speed problems, IDNet moved me from Zen to BTw backhaul and instantly cured my problems. Single thread speeds always within 1-2 Mbps of my multithread speeds.

As BF said, no ISP is immune from having problems. To me it is a case of how it gets managed when the problems occur that sets the better ISPs apart.

30 day rolling contracts and the ability to get a month's discount if you pay for the year upfront make them a really good option if you're willing to spend a bit more than the budget ISPs.
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