has NDO any plans to bring out this package, i know you have 125hrs etc for 19.99, but any chance of a true MIDBAND product being released??
did i miss that on your site?NDO said:We are currently looking into the full details of midband and what packages we could offer in the future.
Our AnyTime128 package works out at just £0.23p a hour at ISDN128 (including the subscription cost to HomeHighway); Midband wourks our currently at around £0.43p an hour. So our AnyTime128 package offers better value for money already.
Quik do not actually offer this as a product.If Quik can offer 128k 300 hours 24/7 for £30 a month...
That to me confirms what I said earlier, i.e. that their 128k £30 a month package offers 300 hours.Quik Internet reserve the right to discontinue service to any user of the unmetered service if the user;
Exceeds 150 hours of usage in any one month (56k/64k packages)
Exceeds 300 hours of usage in any one month (128k packages)
So I think we should take NDO's advice and give Quik a call!!!Unmetered service
Quik Internet reserve the right to discontinue service to any user of the unmetered service if the user;
- Exceeds 150 hours of usage in any one month
Exactly the point, now with this point in mind maybe most of the ISP's should condsider this rather than constantly blaming Mediaways all the time when something goes wrong LIKE Giointernet. (I dont correspond that comment with NDO) I have to say that I have tried 20-30 ISP's in my time and find that Gio is the worst and I will give them as bad publicity as much as I can, reason for this is because they ripped me off!Mediaways might well be the carrier - but it's the people who connect you to them who matter the most.
poohbare said:I too found Quicks AUP misleading, so I 'e,d' them and got this :-
Dear Sir / Madam
Thank you for your enquiry, to clarify, 300 hours means 300hours if you use the dual package at 64K or 150 hours using the package at 128K.
This confirms NDO's post.
btw , is Mediaways really 'that' bad ?