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stevedw

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how many broadband providers are there which let you just have a one month contract instead of being commited for 12 months. the only one i know of is bulldog broadband but you need to have a bulldog home phone line and im on bt. any sugguestions. thanks.
 

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crooked-dr said:
mate a bulldog line is a bt line. i have bulldag 8mbit and that runs on a bt line.

but at www.bulldogbroadband.com it says:

Bulldog @ctive services require a Bulldog Home phone line. This replaces your BT line and costs the same, at the regular price of £10.50/mth.

if it replaces your BT line surely it isnt a BT line.
 

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Legend Communications (legend.co.uk), but their service has been shocking the last two years. Zen i beleive have a monthly contract. I also think Plusnet have a series of offers for monthly, but i think they cover themselves by charging a disconnection fee.

There are a few out there.
 

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stevedw said:
how many broadband providers are there which let you just have a one month contract instead of being commited for 12 months. the only one i know of is bulldog broadband but you need to have a bulldog home phone line and im on bt. any sugguestions. thanks.


Virgin broadband m8... dont know how good they r but its what you're looking for.

http://www.virgin.net/internetaccess/broadband/?buspart=256&LID=vbe
 

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I'm on Pipex which is also a 1 month contract but they charge something like £58 if you do decide to pull out before the 12 months is up.
 

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aRo said:
Virgin broadband m8... dont know how good they r but its what you're looking for.
http://www.virgin.net/internetaccess/broadband/?buspart=256&LID=vbe

i thought that was a good offer until i read:

we do reserve the right to apply a £50 cancellation charge if your service is cancelled within 12 months of activation. Unfortunately, this charge is necessary due to the cost of activating your broadband service.
 

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Im not sure if any do tbh im with nThell and they have a 12 month subscription :D
 
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