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FeedBAck on NTL Broadband

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Am just looking for users feedback on NTL Broad Band.

Had very bad experience with BT - They eventually told me that my wireless card is not compatible with their system and then still maintained that they did provide the service but my wirless card was the problem and were gonna charge me for cancelling...got it sorted though by advising them that no where in my contract does it state that I must use Wireless Card XXXXXX

So.....if any one has experiences of NTL - good or bad, please let me know.

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That's rubbish. Whoever told you that knows very little about wireless technology. Compatibility of a wireless card has nothing to do with what ISP you use. The wireless card just has to be compatible with the wireless-router technology (usually 802.11g) and compatible with the port on the host PC.
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