BT Infinity Broadband
pavel at merdin.com
Wed Sep 14 03:13:49 PDT 2011
I think that the main advantage might actually be the uplink speed increase.
Because it's kind of annoying to use services like Google Music on a DSL
Apart from that, I almost agree with you. It's quite pleasant that you can
download a file in 15 seconds, not 2 minutes, but I'm not sure if it is
worth the hassle. My experience tells me that you might be stuck with no
internet for months if something goes wrong with that connection.
As far as I know the main tie in is that you have to switch to a BT phone
P.S. Sorry for the dup, Robbie, I did not include the list address in the
On Wed, Sep 14, 2011 at 10:06 AM, Robbie Bow <robbiebow at gmail.com> wrote:
> On 14 September 2011 10:04, Tony Edwardson <tony.edwardson at me.com> wrote:
> > I discovered yesterday that BT are running trials for the 100MB Infinity
> broadband when I saw an engineer installing it for a next door.
> > On ncontacting BT - I have a trial of 100MB broadband being installed
> soon free until Xmas and
> > including free calls and a Home Hub - total cost 6 quid ! with no tie
> > Might be worth giving them a call
> I ask this every time there's an increase in bandwidth, but what do
> people use it for?
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