Looking for broadband? Feeling confused and not sure where to start?
Whether you are a beginner or an expert, this site will provide you with a comprehensive guide to getting the right broadband deal for you. Our aim is to clear up the common misconceptions of the internet and explain some of the technical bits of information which confuse many of us. This site will also help the internet savvy amongst us improve their knowledge and pick up some handy tips on how to cut costs in this economic climate.
What the Site Can Offer:
This site is designed to help you understand the internet as a whole and also help you make an informed decision about which broadband package is best for your needs. We will give you an unbiased view of the products and services that each provider offers. We will also provide you with the tools to understand the basic and more complex internet terms and what they mean to you.
A Look Back at the Internet
In the early days of the internet, a standard dial up connection was all that was needed. Many of us used to ‘dial up’ and suffered the poor speed and the constant disconnection, which dial up offered.
Early dial up internet inherently caused problems for those who wished to work from home and also limited the access to those that were participating in online gaming. To address this, the telecommunication industry embarked upon a plan to eradicate dial up and replace it with a high a speed internet connection.
Today, we are now bombarded with the major internet providers claiming that they are the providers for us. Over the last ten years, our lifestyles have changed dramatically as the internet is now an integral part of daily life. Even, the simplest everyday tasks can involve the internet, from reading the latest new right through to buying a car; the internet really does supply it all.
Reverting back to what we mentioned earlier, individually, internet providers, like Virgin Media Broadband for example, have a number of options open to the consumer. An example of this is the amount of internet usage you may require. Most companies divide users into three or maybe four categories; small, medium, large and XL. We look at these categories in further detail within the site.
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