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    [OT] UK Blueyonder Customers !!

    You have probably seen this already.

    http://www.blueyonder.co.uk/blueyond...bbs_evenfaster

    The details

    These are the new speed changes:

    blueyonder broadband 3Mb becomes 4Mb

    The flagship 3Mb service becomes even quicker - a 4Mb connection which offers speeds up to 80 times faster than dial-up access. We're also increasing the upload speed for this service to 384k. Price remains £50 a month.

    blueyonder broadband 1.5Mb becomes 2Mb

    The 1.5Mb service also gets a boost to 2Mb, for the same price of £35 per month.

    blueyonder broadband 1Mb

    The standard service will increase in speed from 750Kb to 1Mb, but will still cost £25 per month.

    Edit>>
    No extra cost and unlimited usage


    There will be no extra charge for this increase - it's absolutely FREE. All existing monthly charges will stay the same. Also, unlike many of our competitors, we're continuing our commitment to keep services unlimited, so there's no worry about what you're using.

    Cool

    #2
    still not as good as ntl

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      #3
      eh, not good as ntl?

      ntl are offering max of 3mb.

      telewest/blueyonder are offering 4mb now.. Hmmm, i think blueyonder trumps ntl

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        #4
        Good for me considering I will be getting another 512Kb boost for free. Now at 1.5Mb.

        Im tempted by the 4Mb package now just for the extra Upload B/W, will do my VPN and FTP server no end of good

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          #5
          Originally posted by eLJay
          eh, not good as ntl?

          ntl are offering max of 3mb.

          telewest/blueyonder are offering 4mb now.. Hmmm, i think blueyonder trumps ntl
          I'm on about price. I've just found out that there might be a 5GB a month limit put onto the 1mb package , there would be uproar if that were the case

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            #6
            I may consider getting the 1MB packing if it stays at 25.
            But if things go as pbze says then nein. :downcast:

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              #7
              BY state that currently and for the foreseable future there will be no caps placed on any of the packages.

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                #8
                Originally posted by CH405
                I may consider getting the 1MB packing if it stays at 25.
                But if things go as pbze says then nein. :downcast:
                have you heard about the upgrades?

                Confirmed:

                1)300k upgraded to 1mb - £17.99
                2)750k (formally 600k) is going to 2mb - £24.99
                3)1.5mb (formally 1mb) is going to 3mb - £37.99 (I think)

                Unconfirmed (well I hope it's not true)

                1)New 1mb connection will have a 5GB/month limit
                2)New 2mb connection will have a 30GB/month limit
                3)New 3mb won't have a limit

                on my current 300k connection I can download 5GB in as many days, on full speed of course, a 5GB cap on a 1mb connection would be pointless (I see how these companies think now )

                Originally posted by p0rny^
                BY state that currently and for the foreseable future there will be no caps placed on any of the packages.
                yes yes, I'm soo pleased for you

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                  #9
                  Originally posted by pbze
                  have you heard about the upgrades?

                  Confirmed:

                  1)300k upgraded to 1mb - £17.99
                  2)750k (formally 600k) is going to 2mb - £24.99
                  3)1.5mb (formally 1mb) is going to 3mb - £37.99 (I think)

                  Unconfirmed (well I hope it's not true)

                  1)New 1mb connection will have a 5GB/month limit
                  2)New 2mb connection will have a 30GB/month limit
                  3)New 3mb won't have a limit

                  on my current 300k connection I can download 5GB in as many days, on full speed of course, a 5GB cap on a 1mb connection would be pointless (I see how these companies think now )



                  yes yes, I'm soo pleased for you
                  Your are talking about NTL ??

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                    #10
                    Originally posted by pbze
                    have you heard about the upgrades?

                    Confirmed:

                    1)300k upgraded to 1mb - £17.99
                    2)750k (formally 600k) is going to 2mb - £24.99
                    3)1.5mb (formally 1mb) is going to 3mb - £37.99 (I think)
                    Where is the link to that info?

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                      #11
                      Originally posted by The5thviruz
                      Where is the link to that info?
                      About the increases:

                      http://www.theregister.co.uk/2004/11/03/ntl_q3_04/
                      http://info-x.co.uk/vt.php?t=7652

                      And about the bad news:

                      http://forum.digitalspy.co.uk/board/...splay.php?f=75

                      Can't believe it's not common knowledge , well I'll make it so

                      Originally posted by p0rny^
                      Your are talking about NTL ??
                      o yeh sorry, for the bulk of that reply I was

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                        #12
                        Originally posted by The5thviruz
                        Where is the link to that info?
                        ?

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                          #13
                          Originally posted by The5thviruz
                          ?
                          read above, didn't want to double post (one of the worst deadly sins)

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                            #14
                            I think he feels offended that you deem a forum post as evidence. :downcast:

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                              #15
                              They will lose customers very quickly if that is true. Even AOL doesnt have a d/l cap on it...

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