In the UK, traditional copper wire ADSL is becoming second fiddle to fibre optic technology. With this revolution ISPs are making the most of the super fast and dependable connection. The packages now available do not all require contract signing. But options may depend on the available services in the area of coverage.
Online references for consumers are just a click away.
Option 1: A package with a download speed of 24 Meg and an upload speed of 2.5. Reasonably fast enough.
Option 2: 10G of downloads a month with free Wi-fi. Good enough for the average user.
Option 3: An £ 8 fee with a free three month trial –sounds more than adequate for the basic consumer. The same ISP charges £ 12 a month to the insatiable chatter who downloads files AND watches TV.
Whether these are cheap internet bundles or not, is for the consumer to say. But there are so many more options out there that cheap internet service definitely on the menu.
There are broadband with phone deals as well as broadband with digital TV deals. With available options offering 20 Mb and actually delivering 16 Mb (7 Mb with ADSL) movies in high definition are ready for access. Franchise and sitcom reruns are just a click away, too. Yes folks, television really are online! Did anyone mention games in 3D? These are add-ons in some packages, though enthusiasts may have to pay extra. After all, offers featuring film channels with broadband surfing are understandably a bit more demanding on the pocketbook. Sixty gig of downloads a month may cost a little more but this can be perfect for a subscriber who uses the internet to download movies on a regular basis. There is a lot of space there for games as well.