BT ADSL Max 8 meg service

By Derek Sooman on April 5, 2006, 3:09 PM
If you are a BT Retail broadband customer and you fancy being upgraded to a new ADSL Max 8 meg service, bare in mind that you will have to register your interest at a BT web site. The upgrade itself is free, but those who sign up will have to be tied in to a new 12 month contract. New customers will be able to apply, and will have to pay out 29.99 a month for BT's "Option 4" package.

Once provided with an 8 meg line, there are no guarantees that end users will reach such speeds. According to BT, eight in ten broadband users should be able to get 4 meg and above, while only those people closest to their BT exchange can expect speeds nearing 8 meg.




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Duck said:
BT are so expensive. I advise you to look elsewhere for broadband if you are with BT.
palm23 said:
Thanks for the advice - are you allowed to expand on this by naming those who are much cheaper? (I am a new boy).
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