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Kits

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I have looked over the website the tracert leads to Entanet but there is no address on the website so if there are any problems you have no postal address to contact them by. Sorry but even if they offered me free months I would never sign up to an ISP that has no address at all on the website its easy to get a PO box to give out a postal address.

IMPO after all the problems with Geointernet it is important to have an address to contact the ISP on.
 

bulldog

ULTIMATE Member
blankers I would advice you to check with entanet company first to find out if their reseller Freeola is the isp and network from entanet. BUT... how about look up on here www.ukfsn.org as it work out cheaper than freeola. I am with ukfsn and it network by entanet as it was great service and excellent support from Jason.
 

blankers

Casual Member
hmm...food for thought...

thanks guys.

I just checked out the ukfsn website...looks good..I may go with them...but, again there´s nothing in their thread...is that good. Anyone else with them ?
 
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Kits

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they both use the same supplier but UKFSN doesn't supply webspace not sure on emails but from what I have heard its just connection so you need to decide just what you need when selecting
 

Quincy

Pro Member
Thats better, prehaps it should be made easier to find in future. Certainly would make more customers feel at ease.
 

bulldog

ULTIMATE Member
Why is freeola are the same products as ukfsn ? (entanet network) but both of it are different prices as ukfsn are much cheaper than freeola on the max allowance.
 

Kits

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bulldog said:
Why is freeola are the same products as ukfsn ? (entanet network) but both of it are different prices as ukfsn are much cheaper than freeola on the max allowance.
Bulldog what do you get from UKFSN is it just the connection to the internet or connection + email.
Freeola gives you connection to the internet +email + webspace that is why you pay more..
 

Mel

ULTIMATE Member
bulldog said:
Why is freeola are the same products as ukfsn ? (entanet network) but both of it are different prices as ukfsn are much cheaper than freeola on the max allowance.
Doesn't look like quite the same package to me, their price is higher, but it appears to include 'free' activation and a 3 month discounted trial.

Anyway, just because two visps use the same provider, doesn't mean they should charge the same prices. :)
 
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Mel

ULTIMATE Member
Kits said:
Bulldog what do you get from UKFSN is it just the connection to the internet or connection + email.
Freeola gives you connection to the internet +email + webspace that is why you pay more..
I think I read that ukfn also provide webspace and Usenet
 

andyuk05

Regular Member
The Freeola Broadband Team.
http://freeola.com

Freeola Limited, 92-102 East Street, Braintree CM7 3JW.
Company registered in the UK number 5335999. VAT registration 859 1100 32.

Support lines open Monday to Friday 8:30am to 8pm, and 9am to 6pm weekends and Bank Holidays.
Calls cost 10p/minute at all times from BT landlines. Charges may vary from other networks/mobiles.

hope that helps.

andy
 
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