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Bigdaddy
25th March 2013, 12:22 PM
currently using bt fibre opti but looking to save some money..
any ideas for service that is similar i.e fibre optic but cheaper than bt?

Andy WFS
13th May 2013, 09:12 PM
Not sure if its cheaper or not, as mine is in a package with my TV, but I cannot fault Virgin media when it comes to there broadband

stevenwiki
12th August 2013, 11:10 AM
Broadband has now all but replaced dial-up web access. Most people use an upgraded home phone line called ADSL (Asymmetric Digital Subscriber Line). Unlike the majority of broadband connections in the UK, which use telephone lines or mobile networks, fibre-optic broadband is transferred along special cables under the ground. The signals move a lot faster than they do along copper cables and offer speeds of up to 120Mb.Find out about BT Infinity at our dedicated BT Infinity page

In the UK the service is not available everywhere, and is mostly on offer in urban areas.

Virgin Media provides approximately 12.6 million UK homes with fibre-optic cable access and offers speeds of up to 120Mb.

Find out about Virgin Media at our dedicated Virgin Media page

BT offers the Infinity service to around another 4 million homes, offering speeds of up to 40Mb. BT aims to have 66 per cent of UK homes covered by 2015. The likes of TalkTalk, Sky and PlusNet also use BT's fibre infrastructure as a platform to offer a fibre service of their own.

Find out about BT Infinity at our dedicated BT Infinity page. I think cable net (attach fibre wire to your PC) is one cheapest & best connection to save your money.