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Can UK users recommend decent ISP?


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Hello folks.

I would really like some recommendations for broadband ISPs in the UK. how much should I be concerned with anti-virus protection when it comes to this?
Should I use a dedicated mac isp or not? They seem more expensive. I also don't need a massive download limit.

Any tips would be much appeciated.
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We at home here use Virgin Broadband. Seem ok, never had a problem. Good connection.
Don't know how much it costs I don't pay the bill.
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I use Eclipse and over the years in terms of consistency, they have been pretty good.
In my opinion their standards have dipped a bit recently, but they seem to be making an effort to rectify the problem now so I can't really complain too much
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cheers folks, I will check them out.
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I use (and recommend) Pipex. Avoid Tiscali like the plague!

Have a look at the comparisons on www.adslguide.org.uk - pretty useful
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Avoid Tiscali like the plague!
Best advice you can ever possibly recieve on this topic

Tiscali = Teh lose
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Ntl!!!
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