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    Alternative ISPs?

    This is a discussion on Alternative ISPs? within the Sky Broadband help forums, part of the Sky Broadband help and support category; It is working on mine. Try it again it may just have been down for some time. I think you ...

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      Re: Alternative ISPs?

      It is working on mine. Try it again it may just have been down for some time. I think you would have to use the General enquiry heading.

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      Re: Alternative ISPs?

      There seems to be an error on that page but I've managed to get round it. When you click the email Sky Broadband team, if you get the Security Warning popup choose No and the enquiry selection should now be visible. Choose the Cancellation option so that it gets to the right people.

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      Re: Alternative ISPs?

      ah, I got round it by using google chrome.
      Nice design fault

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      Re: Alternative ISPs?

      I think this is an IE8 problem.

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      Re: Alternative ISPs?

      Plusnet Unlimited package (19.99 per month, unlimited) VS 02 Access (17 per month, unlimited)
      (Or possibly the Plusnet Business option 2 - 26 per month, unlimited)

      These seem to be the highest contenders.
      Which one should I go for???
      Plusnet business would be ideal but its just too expensive...

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      Re: Alternative ISPs?

      the O2 access package has had problems reported in the past but O2 were quick to step up, acknowledge them and sort them.

      Personally even though I am an O2 customer I would say go plusnet as I have heard good things about them and I think you would be less likely to suffer from exchange congestion which if your are on O2 access you very well may experience.
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