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Old 19-05-2004, 09:03   #61
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Cool Leasedline Services with Claranet 256k - 6mb

Pure.stream Pure.streamplus Clara.access dedicated Clara.access direct Clara.access flex are leasedline services from Claranet prices vary depending on the service you choose.

Below are the Pure.stream prices but if you want to checkout the prices of the other leased line services click on the insividual links above.

Claranet pure.stream service is backed up by a 99.9% Service Level Guarantee & 24x7x365 support.

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Pure.stream 250
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Pure.stream 2000
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Pure.stream 4000
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Pure.stream 6000
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These service's have just been placed & advertised on Claranets website this morning at the time of posting the information & link the prices stated above had no indication if they included vat...

Although this service is aimed at business vat or no vat.. for anyone to have this service installed for residential use would either have loadsa ÃƒÆ’Ã¢â‚¬Å¡Ãƒâ€šÃ‚Â£ÃƒÆ ’â€šÃ‚Â£Ãƒà €šÃ‚£ or won the lottery big time?
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Check using the link above for the best offers available in your area with the broadband isp's Broadband checker supports.

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Cool Wanadoo off to India?

Wanadoo UK is shunting its tech support operation to India in a move that might threaten the jobs of 200+ staff in Sheffield???
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Cool BT cut Datastream products (by £1 per month)

BT cut Datastream products by £1 per month from 1st June 2004.

Which means that the cost to providers for a Datastream connection will be £74.60 per year (£87.66 inc VAT).

BT are dragging there heels at upgrading datastream network, ADSL Datastream prices are getting cheaper, but is it also effecting the quality of service?
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Cool Here are Some information links

Here are Some information links that will be useful to some that frequent this forum & my thread

ADSL Explained

ADSL vs Cable

ADSL modem Drivers

Dialup ADSL/Cable download Time Calculator (assuming that your connection is working efficiently)
Covers 56k Dialup
ADSL speeds 256, 4mb
ADSL/Cable 150k, 512k, 1mb, 2mb. & Cable 600k

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ADSL/ISDN/Dialup Speed Test

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Eclipse Flex Broadband - Speed on Demand

Eclipse New Flex = Speed on Demand

I just thought I'd give you the heads up on Eclipse's new service Flex Home & Flex Business + Business Plus

Eclipse Flex Explained
Which enables Eclipse customers to increase their adsl speed as and when they want to.. similar idea to NTL's (when available) speed boost option.
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Cool Vispa offering free migrations

Vispa has started offering free migrations, but thats not as good as it sounds as the wholesale price of migrations is now £11 plus VAT (around £15) when looking for an Adsl isp bare this in mind as many still do charge alot more than £15 for migration.

Also bare in mind that you can only migrate from BT (IPStream) Wholesale products. (Please note not all isp's offer migration & some may charge you extra to leave to migrate)
This it doesnt apply to people who subscribe to an ISP that uses Datastream products (Telefonica line) to switch from one to the other you will need to cease your service completely.
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Cool Move to Bulldog for £1

I was checking out various Adsl isp websites & after entering my phone number (just to see if Bulldog had extended their offers to far exchanges) & after selecting their upto 2mb service i was Presented with the words below.

Move to Bulldog for just £1! Congratulations, Bulldog's 512kb service is available in your area . If you currently subscribe to a 512kb service with an ISP you can now move to Bulldog's award winning 512kb Broadband service for just £1!

Is it another BT (IPStream) Wholesale Migration Offer? Because looking at the Migration to Bulldog web page it doesnt specify??

I guess if you are not on a BT IPStream & you are attracted to Bulldogs Adsl offers it will be worth giving them a call (Bulldog Support) on 0870 458 5364.

Here is a link to Bulldogs Spring Offers *Note Bulldogs Primetime 500 (512k) £15.99 a month (12 month contract plus 2GB download limit per month)
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Cool One.Tel (free activation)

One.Tel Free Activation & Free usb modem (if you sign up on-line) with their 500U product which has been reduced from £27.99 to £23.99 (inc VAT).

Static IP address & 1 e-mail account the only down side is that its a 12 month minimum contract, there are no caps/restrictions i can see mentioned on their website.

Here is a link to One.Tel's other broadband services.

(Its a pity One.Tel couldnt lower their unplugged 1000 & 2000 services as £59.99 & £79.99 a month are a tad high & no mention of a lower contension ratio)
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Cool BT Adsl Prices to be cut in the next few weeks?

BT set to cut Adsl prices in the next few weeks to keep inline/up with the compitition but the question is will BT bring their Adsl Price(s) down far enough to attract new Adsl customers.

Is a cheaper Adsl service the best value option? as some cheaper Adsl basic service's seem to carry restrictions or an option for the customer to pay more to download more. If you think a cheaper basic Adsl service is for you, make sure you check the service terms & conditions.
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Cool Nokia Launches ADSL 2+

Nokia takes broadband into the fast lane by introducing ADSL 2+

The combination of the Nokia D500 IP DSLAM & ADSL2+ forms a powerful & flexible solution for operators. The new line cards will be forwards & backwards compatible with existing technologies, allowing for the smooth introduction of bundles of services to gain greater end-user appeal & reduce churn. With up to 24 Megabit connections possible, mass-market applications such as video on demand, premium access & networked gaming are improved tremendously. Greater reach will also reduce the need for remote sites bringing further savings. A smooth introduction of ADSL2+ allows operators to standardise their network engineering, reduce spares holding & reduce training requirements. :O)
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Cool Firefly offering Half price connection on 256k & 512k (50:1)

Firefly are offering Half price connection on 256k & 512k

50:1 Contended Services
256K, £18.99 (month)- special offer, 1/2 price connection
512K, £23.99 (month)- special offer, 1/2 price connection
1Mbit, £29.99 (month)
2Mbit, £39.99 (month)

20:1 Contended Services (sadly no special offers)
512K, £29.99 (month)
1Mbit, £39.99 (month)
2Mbit, £69.99 (month)

Whats interesting is that Firefly plan to launch a 5:1 contended service which could suit people too far from their BT exchange to receive 1Mbit Adsl. 512K, £??.?? (month) TBA
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Cool Re: DrAwesome's Useful ADSL Info & News

BT Wholesale have announced the next 150 exchanges to be enabled for their SDSL products.

What is SDSL, some of you may be asking?
SDSL stands for Symmetric Digital Subscriber Line. SDSL needs just one twisted pair (line), whereas some other earlier DSL standards needed 2, or even 3 pairs. In addition, it is useful to remember that this standard is symmetric, ie, the maximum data rate both "upstream" & "downstream" is the same. Compare this to ADSL (which also needs just one line!).

Where ADSL utilizes unoccupied frequencies & averts conflict with analog voice frequencies, SDSL takes over the whole line. SDSL eliminates analog voice capabilities in favour of full-duplex data transmission. No splitter, no analog voice-nothing but data. As a decent alternative to T1, SDSL has gotten a fair amount of attention from Competitive Local Exchange Carriers. :O)

SDSL & Voice Over Data
SDSL is a low latency technology & is ideally suited for Voice over Data applications such as Voice over IP & Voice over ATM.

SDSL can also transport a mix of traditional 64Kbps voice channels & data. This enables SDSL to address the business needs of both voice & data connectivity.

link to more SDSL Q&A's

SDSL can be very useful for sending very large emails, voice over IP, & video conferencing, the subscription price is high.

Its not known whether BT Wholesale are using the pre-registration scheme, as they use for ADSL also there are no set trigger levels.

ATM Eclipse is the only ADSL isp to my knowlege that has been gathering/collecting SDSL registrations but it has been enough to kick BT into motion to update their exchanges (below)

Exchange Name,County,RDA,SDSL Ready for Service

Derby,Derbyshire,East Midlands,To be confirmed
Montfort,Leicestershire,East Midlands,30/11/2004
Hinckley,Leicestershire,East Midlands,30/11/2004
Loughborough,Leicestershire,East Midlands,To be confirmed
Leicester,Leicestershire,East Midlands,To be confirmed
Northampton,Northamptonshire,East Midlands,To be confirmed
Kettering,Northamptonshire,East Midlands,To be confirmed
Duston,Northamptonshire,East Midlands,To be confirmed
Mansfield,Nottinghamshire,East Midlands,To be confirmed
Bedford,Bedfordshire,East of England,30/07/2004
Luton,Bedfordshire,East of England,To be confirmed
Dunstable,Bedfordshire,East of England,To be confirmed
Cambridge,Cambridgeshire,East of England,30/11/2004
Peterborough,Cambridgeshire,East of England,To be confirmed
Huntingdon,Cambridgeshire,East of England,To be confirmed
Brentwood,Essex,East of England,30/11/2004
Southend,Essex,East of England,To be confirmed
Colchester,Essex,East of England,To be confirmed
Chelmsford,Essex,East of England,To be confirmed
St Albans,Hertfordshire,East of England,30/07/2004
Stevenage,Hertfordshire,East of England,To be confirmed
Hemel Hempstead,Hertfordshire,East of England,To be confirmed
Watford,Hertfordshire,East of England,To be confirmed
Norwich North,Norfolk,East of England,To be confirmed
Norwich City,Norfolk,East of England,To be confirmed
Kings Lynn,Norfolk,East of England,To be confirmed
Bury St Edmunds,Suffolk,East of England,30/11/2004
Ipswich,Suffolk,East of England,To be confirmed
Earls Court,Greater London,London,30/07/2004
Chelsea,Greater London,London,30/07/2004
Uxbridge,Greater London,London,30/07/2004
Skyport,Greater London,London,30/07/2004
Hendon,Greater London,London,30/07/2004
Golders Green,Greater London,London,30/07/2004
Edgeware,Greater London,London,30/07/2004
Colindale,Greater London,London,30/07/2004
Chiswick,Greater London,London,30/07/2004
Acton,Greater London,London,30/07/2004
Enfield,Greater London,London,30/07/2004
Bowes Park,Greater London,London,30/07/2004
Barking,Greater London,London,30/07/2004
Barnet,Greater London,London,30/07/2004
Walworth,Greater London,London,30/07/2004
Lower Holloway,Greater London,London,30/07/2004
Woolwich,Greater London,London,30/11/2004
Lee Green,Greater London,London,30/11/2004
Greenwich,Greater London,London,30/11/2004
Feltham,Greater London,London,To be confirmed
Sidcup,Greater London,London,To be confirmed
Farnbourough,Greater London,London,To be confirmed
Ponders End,Greater London,London,To be confirmed
North Finchley,Greater London,London,To be confirmed
Edmonton,Greater London,London,To be confirmed
Cricklewood,Greater London,London,To be confirmed
Chester South,Cheshire,North West,30/11/2004
Macclesfield,Cheshire,North West,30/11/2004
Warrington,Cheshire,North West,30/11/2004
Chester North,Cheshire,North West,To be confirmed
Chester Central,Cheshire,North West,To be confirmed
Manchester Moss Side,Greater Manchester,North West,30/07/2004
Manchester Mercury,Greater Manchester,North West,30/07/2004
Wigan,Greater Manchester,North West,To be confirmed
Preston,Lancashire,North West,30/11/2004
Lancaster,Lancashire,North West,30/11/2004
Burnley,Lancashire,North West,30/11/2004
Blackburn,Lancashire,North West,30/11/2004
Stockton,Cleveland,One North East,30/11/2004
Middlesborough,Cleveland,One North East,30/11/2004
Durham,Durham,One North East,To be confirmed
Sunderland,Tyne & Wear,One North East,30/11/2004
Newcastle,Tyne & Wear,One North East,30/11/2004
Aberdeen Denburn,Grampian,Scotland,30/11/2004
Edinburgh Newington,Lothian,Scotland,30/07/2004
Edinburgh Donaldson,Lothian,Scotland,To be confirmed
Hamilton,Strathclyde,Scotland,30/07/2004
Eaglesham,Strathclyde,Scotland,30/07/2004
Clydebank,Strathclyde,Scotland,30/07/2004
Dunning,Tayside,Scotland,30/11/2004
Slough Main,Berkshire,South East,30/07/2004
Reading Central,Berkshire,South East,30/07/2004
Bracknell,Berkshire,South East,30/07/2004
Reading Tilehurst,Berkshire,South East,To be confirmed
Reading South,Berkshire,South East,To be confirmed
Newbury,Berkshire,South East,To be confirmed
Maidenhead,Berkshire,South East,To be confirmed
Reading Earley,Berkshire,South East,To be confirmed
Milton Keynes,Buckinghamshire,South East,30/11/2004
Aylesbury,Buckinghamshire,South East,30/11/2004
High Wycombe,Buckinghamshire,South East,To be confirmed
Bradwell Abbey,Buckinghamshire,South East,To be confirmed
Hove,East Sussex,South East,30/11/2004
Eastbourne,East Sussex,South East,To be confirmed
Hastings,East Sussex,South East,To be confirmed
Portsmouth North End,Hampshire,South East,30/07/2004
Cosham,Hampshire,South East,30/07/2004
Basingstoke,Hampshire,South East,To be confirmed
Aldershot,Hampshire,South East,To be confirmed
Winchester,Hampshire,South East,To be confirmed
Southampton,Hampshire,South East,To be confirmed
Andover,Hampshire,South East,To be confirmed
Portsmouth,Hampshire,South East,To be confirmed
Maidstone,Kent,South East,30/11/2004
Tunbridge Wells,Kent,South East,To be confirmed
Gravesend,Kent,South East,To be confirmed
Canterbury,Kent,South East,
Ashford,Kent,South East,To be confirmed
Chatham (Medway),Kent,South East,To be confirmed
Oxford,Oxfordshire,South East,To be confirmed
Banbury,Oxfordshire,South East,To be confirmed
Guildford,Surrey,South East,30/07/2004
Woking,Surrey,South East,To be confirmed
Camberley,Surrey,South East,To be confirmed
Staines,Surrey,South East,To be confirmed
Leatherhead,Surrey,South East,To be confirmed
Byfleet,Surrey,South East,To be confirmed
Worthing Central,West Sussex,South East,To be confirmed
Horsham Carfax,West Sussex,South East,To be confirmed
Bristol West,Avon,South West,To be confirmed
Bristol Redcliffe,Avon,South West,To be confirmed
Bristol North,Avon,South West,To be confirmed
Bath Kingsmead,Avon,South West,To be confirmed
Sowton,Devon,South West,To be confirmed
Plymouth,Devon,South West,To be confirmed
Exeter,Devon,South West,To be confirmed
Gloucester,Gloucestershire,South West,To be confirmed
Cheltenham,Gloucestershire,South West,To be confirmed
Swindon,Wiltshire,South West,30/11/2004
Salisbury,Wiltshire,South West,To be confirmed
Newport,Gwent,Wales,To be confirmed
Bridgend,Mid Glamorgan,Wales,To be confirmed
Roath (Cardiff),South Glamorgan,Wales,To be confirmed
Cardiff Central,South Glamorgan,Wales,To be confirmed
Hereford,Hereford & Worcester,West Midlands,30/11/2004
Worcester,Hereford & Worcester,West Midlands,30/11/2004
Kidderminster,Hereford & Worcester,West Midlands,30/11/2004
Shrewsbury,Shropshire,West Midlands,30/11/2004
Stoke Trinity,Staffordshire,West Midlands,To be confirmed
Stafford,Staffordshire,West Midlands,To be confirmed
Burton On Trent,Staffordshire,West Midlands,To be confirmed
Warwick,Warwickshire,West Midlands,30/07/2004
Solihull,Warwickshire,West Midlands,30/07/2004
Rugby,Warwickshire,West Midlands,30/07/2004
Leamington Spa,Warwickshire,West Midlands,30/07/2004
Stratford Upon Avon,Warwickshire,West Midlands,30/11/2004
Scunthorpe,Humberside,Yorkshire Forward,To be confirmed
Scarborough,North Yorkshire,Yorkshire Forward,30/11/2004
Harrogate,North Yorkshire,Yorkshire Forward,To be confirmed
Barnsley,North Yorkshire,Yorkshire Forward,To be confirmed
Huddersfield,West Yorkshire,Yorkshire Forward,30/11/2004
Halifax,West Yorkshire,Yorkshire Forward,30/11/2004
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Well thats me, I wonder if the price will come down?

I'm also wondering if Bulldog will upgrade the exchange further to accomidate their higher products(3mbps+)? Any idea Dr Awesome?
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Originally Posted by dellwear
Well thats me, I wonder if the price will come down?

I'm also wondering if Bulldog will upgrade the exchange further to accomidate their higher products(3mbps+)? Any idea Dr Awesome?
My local BT exchange is also in the list but going by Eclipse SDSL pricing it is very very high (set up Inc installation by an engineer £455 ), probably too high for domestic users atm, eventually prices will come down as more people take an interest in SDSL plus competition from others isps offering the same service.

As for Bulldog they seem to be on the ball with their prices & special offers (if you live around/in the capital area) i dont think they will be left out, a good speculative guess would be that their prices will be lower than most of the other ISP's offering SDSL.
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