Braudband

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  1. degzzy100's Avatar

    degzzy100 said:

    Braudband

    Hi All
    Can any one help me out please there is no cable in my area for braudband ,and no adsl with BT available,
    what are my opptions please .
    Regards degzzy100
     
  2. jonathant's Avatar

    jonathant said:

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    Satelite is about your only option. Unless cable or BT move into your area
     
  3. degzzy100's Avatar

    degzzy100 said:

    Braudband

    Hi jonathant

    Can you give me more information on satalite opption please
    IE (webb sites for costing up the opption )
    Thanks for the fast reply
    Regards degzzy100
     
  4. jonathant's Avatar

    jonathant said:

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    not really looked into satalite myself best place to ask is panda's satelite forum they will know lots more about it. I know its only one way though so you get fast downloads but your stuck with a modem for uploads. ISDN is also an option dual ISDN is pretty fast
     
  5. degzzy100's Avatar

    degzzy100 said:
    HI jonathant
    Thanks again for the info and fast reply will give pandas forum a good looking onto
    Regards degzzy100
     
  6. Panda's Avatar

    Panda said:

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    Too late - I'm already here

    I had a three day trial on satnode ([Only registered and activated users can see links. ] ). OK for file downloads, but I found it to be slow for browsing and real slow for email & newsgroups.

    Others have good things to say for IPVIAsat.

    Most (all ?) of these systems impose a download limit per month which really sucks.

    Have a look back through a couple of pages on this section. I asked a bit about it a couple of times in the past and got some good answers (
    [Only registered and activated users can see links. ] )

    You'll need a dish (Duh !) and a digital satellite card (I've got one spare if your interested ).
     
  7. joeninety0's Avatar

    joeninety0 said:

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    Dual option isdn only 128 k but you pay for both phone calls I.e both 64k channels so not very fast compared 512k broadband (adsl)
     
  8. mik3daman's Avatar

    mik3daman said:

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    Wireless from [Only registered and activated users can see links. ] is available in some cities but I'm sure that DSL and cable has a better coverage so if you could get wireless from tele2 I'm sure you could also get wired broadband. Not sure about how good their service is as don't subscribe to them (I'm a Blueyonder customer myself).
     
  9. DAVEY26's Avatar

    DAVEY26 said:

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    tele2 is shite m8
    if u do go with them make sure you dont get the burstable speeds. cos guaranteed you get fuked over and will get the rock bottom speeds
    they ripped me big time.