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    Parents are moving to Worthing shortly and will be looking for a new broadband provider.

    Nothing fancy, just for email, web browsing and the odd song from itunes. And not too costly.

    And suggestions?

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    Well I find zen the most reliable but also the most pricey :(

    Plus.net now part of bt, second and good value actually

    BEST Value is to use one of the services from the companies you already have like sky, orange, o2 etc.

    I find plus.net a good compromise position for most people though
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    i swear by BT - we've had internet from them for 4 years now and touch wood we've only ever lost connection for about 20 mins in all that time.














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    We've been with BT Internet for as long as I can remember and we've never had a problem with them. And their prices keep going down for some reason. We get a call from the every so often offering us the same package for less money if we agree to another 12 month contract.





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    oooh what road are they moving to?




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    Somewhere in Findon Valley.

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    ohhhh the posh part!




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    We use virgin. When they first switched from ntl they went rubbish but now we have no problem with them.
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    We're with Virgin too - been with them ever since they were Nynex, then Cable and Wireless, then ntl, and now Virgin. No major problems.

    I guess the parents should check which telephone provider wiring is in the house first then take it from there.

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