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Whats the Cheapest ISP?


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What Do you think is the cheapest and best ISP??


I use Tiscali and its good 2.8Mbps for £17.99, 15GB Download limit!!
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What Do you think is the cheapest and best ISP??
I use Tiscali and its good 2.8Mbps for £17.99, 15GB Download limit!!


Hehe download limits eh? I love my ISP, no download limits. Though you're in Europe, I guess we in America could have better services? I don't know.

My current internet is: 5 mbps(download speed)/2 mbps(Upload speed). I could upgrade to 15/2 for 10 bucks more if me want.
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cool that sounds good :tazz: :) :)
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10 mbs download $29.99 for the first 6 months then it gets expensive.. but there's not yearly contract.
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One thing to check on when comparing ISPs is to see if there is a charge for support. For example, Netscape and Netzero charge quite a bit to get help if you have to call them. One is $1.95/minute and the other is something like $10.

Often there are smaller ISP which are just as cheap and don't charge for support, not to mention having good support. In part it depends on where you live and what your options are.
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cablevision

10 mbs download $29.99 for the first 6 months then it gets expensive.. but there's not yearly contract.


10 mbs? Thats like nothing! And for 30 bucks thats a rip
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Yeah and i bet its AOL!
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