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Old 07-25-2005, 04:34 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Default Migrating from Wanadoo!

Well ever since I've been capped at 40 GB and only having 512Kbps pumped into my computer! for £27.99!! I feel it's time to move on to a newer ISP! I was looking at EFH ADSL http://www.eurofasthost.com and I'm amazed at some offers .... I was thinking about migrating to them (£12 fee) and going for 512K and then moving up to 2 Mbps whenever possable!

I don't need a modem, I have a Speedtouch 330, this will do the job right?

However looking at the forums I found this! http://www.eurofasthost.com/forum/forumdisplay.php?f=40 I honestly hope EFH isn't to good to be true.

Anyway can I go from ...

50:1 512K (Wanadoo) >> 50:1 512K (EFH)

and just pay the mouthly fee and the migration one? .... seems very painless! how much down time will I have, one week I think?

The main reason I am swicthing is because I've realised how bad capping is since Wanadoo keep sending me letters about "exceeding the usage limit" so now I have no cap, I can switch! no only will I save money and have headroom for maybe 1/2 Mbps in the future but I wont have worry about too much downloading!
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