BT Infinity Broadband
pavel at merdin.com
Thu Sep 15 03:47:58 PDT 2011
Another idea is to try Plusnet first. It's a cheaper BT brand. You might get
the same, but not at the premium price which BT positions itself in.
On Wed, Sep 14, 2011 at 11:21 AM, Tony Edwardson <tony.edwardson at mac.com>wrote:
> The 100 refers to 100MB/s speed, not monthly allowance which is unlimited
> (at least initially)
> On 14 Sep 2011, at 11:16, michael lush <mjlush at gmail.com> wrote:
> > On Wed, Sep 14, 2011 at 10:06 AM, Robbie Bow <robbiebow at gmail.com>
> >> I ask this every time there's an increase in bandwidth, but what do
> >> people use it for?
> > A modest iPlayer habit can really hoover up the bytes, we watch
> > perhaps one hour of iPlayer on high quality/night. Thats 991Mb/hour so
> > ~20-30Gb/month. Normal family browsing (The Boy uses youtube as his
> > radio) and a couple of movie downloads could easily add another 20Gb.
> > Then there is the sporadic stuff I updated my Dad's satnav and that
> > was a 8Gb download
> > 50Gb/Month seems to do us fine, but I could see larger family with a
> > larger net appetite could easily use 100Gb..
> > --
> > Michael
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