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Your ISP Reviews

Here is a list of ratings left about each ISP. We currently have 7 reviews to share. Do your experiences differ? If you have a good provider or wish to add to the comments left by others, please have your say.

Provider Speed Uptime Price Truthful Helpful Comments
picture of ISP logo orange.jpg 1 9 3 6 1 Orange or EE have been steady but slow. The speed was 2-3mbps for "up to 20mbps" connection. Service when you needed it was slow. Lots of call centre transferring. Eventually when you get the BT engineer the problem is fixed. I found Orange to be liars on a fault. BT told me that Orange set me up incorrect at the start. Orange even charged me for the call out. In the end the problem was rectified. Orange need to sort out there service.
picture of ISP logo britishtelecom.jpg 9 10 8 10 3 BT have been the best provider for me to date. When there was a problem with the Home Hub it was swapped at no expense to me. The uptime of the broadband has been good and to date I've not seen any throttling at busy times.
picture of ISP logo virginmedia.jpg 9 10 3 8 8 Very good provider. Not had to call them since the start of the contract. Reliable service.
picture of ISP logo talktalk.jpg 1 1 2 4 1 been with talktalk from when they took over tiscali. originally could get nearly 8mb. many engineer visits and phone calls later have just given up with talk talk. now looking for a new isp. for over two years have been getting on at talktalk but to no avail. 2.6 mb if lucky. all they can do is send out legions of engineers. my last conversation with talk talk and test was at best 0.99 mb using btspeedtest ??. talk talk have sent out engineers in the past to be told by them that I do not have a fault internally but fault is with exchange. two years later I dont want another engineer who will tell me exactly the same thing. now looking at how I can get some form of compensation. talktalk can now walkwalk.
picture of ISP logo virginmedia.jpg 9 3 2 2 7 if you can only download 400mb a month, maybe you shulod switch isps if you can because most have a download cap of 10gb+ a month. although unlimited upload is good if you're running a server and don't need to download anything. when you're uploading a file, you are not downloading anything so your download limit will not decrease.
picture of ISP logo virginmedia.jpg 9 3 2 2 7 If you can only download 400MB a month, maybe you shulod switch ISPs if you can because most have a download cap of 10GB+ a month. Although unlimited upload is good if you're running a server and don't need to download anything. When you're uploading a file, you are not downloading anything so your download limit will not decrease.
picture of ISP logo o2.jpg 7 10 9 8 10 A pretty good service. You may ask why I'm switching away from O2 - I was an O2 phone customer and got a 5 discount on my broadband rental but now I've switched my phone back to Vodafone, O2 Access will cost 22.50 per month. I think it's scandalous that an O2 customer living in a city can get the same speed as me for 7.50 per month or 12.50 a month if they don't have an O2 phone, i.e. I'm paying a 10 a month premium for the privelege of not living in a large urban area.