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bigbossa

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Hi all
I am in a rural location (Pulborough) approx 3.5 mile from the exchange. I'm wit Titan adsl getting approx 1.9mb speed ( cant fault Titan at all)
I have found out through samknows that Talk Talk are LLu at my exchange , would I be making a mistake to switch . (want to cost cut Titan is costing me approx £23 a month)
any advice would be greatly appreciated
Thanks
 

Mark.J

Administrator
Staff member
ISPreview Team
It's a difficult question to answer for each individual, yet you might well be taking a bigger risk by adopting TalkTalk (bigger chance that something could go wrong). TalkTalk is still the most complained about of all the big broadband ISPs (but they are improving) and thus we can't currently recommend them, although at the same time you could be one of those who has no problems whatsoever. It's just more of a risk.

Don't forget there are a lot of other ISPs around and thus you might have better luck looking at somebody like PlusNet.
 

bigbossa

Casual Member
Thanks Mark will check them out bit concerned as I thought they were owned by BT
Oh would Sky be a no no ?
 

drsox

ULTIMATE Member
At the moment TalkTalk is the only provider on your exchange with ADSL2+! (According to samknows)

TalkTalk is normally ok but if there are problems the support is dire.

Sky is a nono without LLU, their non llu network is very congested.

Tom - www.mouselike.org
 

Titan_ADSL

ISP Rep
Hi bigbossa

Have you looked at our complete package which uses the talk talk wholesale network which costs £26.34 per month which comes with unlimited broadband usage!
 

Kyle

ULTIMATE Member
Have you got the link to your FUP page? I've searched high and low and all I can locate are your terms, which make reference to an AUP, although again, I am unable to locate this.
 

bigbossa

Casual Member
Sorry for the late reply guys been v busy. I have Titan already and its too expensive for the 1.9mb that I get , I need something cheaper. Been trying to get hold of KIjoma wireless in the area but they have not replied to numerous requests over at least a year.Maybe Plusnet?
 

Mark.J

Administrator
Staff member
ISPreview Team
PlusNet are worth a shot but if in doubt pick their 1 month contract option (means paying a bigger setup fee) and then at least you can leave, although I seem to recall that they might have a stealth contract that means you have to pay another exit fee if you leave within the first 12 months (even if you're only on a monthly contract). Can't recall for sure though, could be wrong.
 
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