Philippines is slowly moving from a dial-up land into a high speed internet world. Coffee shops and malls now even have wi-fi features. Getting a DSL or any kind of broadband
connection (except satellite and cable internet) is now a common household expense. Even Russell's home in Cavite (I'm in Cabite right now!) first acquire their wi-fi connection about a year ago. It was a good thing that he brought hoem his DSL router because Girlie (his sister) now gets to use her notebook even while somebody is using another notebook or a desktop. I would say however, that the package that they good isn't a good deal at all. The price they are paying versus the maximum speed of Internet they could get is not reasonable. Plus, their technical support really sucks!
If you are going to consider having a broadband supplier
, there are some factors one must consider before going ahead and purchasing a package especialy if a customer is living in UK where everything has its price. At BT total Broadband,
they got some pretty good deals for new customers that will make you really think twice of getting another broad band supplier. They a got three options:
Option 1: 12 month contract - £12.99 for the first 3 months, £17.99 thereafter.
- Option 2: 18 month contract - £13.99 for the first 6 months, £22.99 thereafter.
Option 2: 12 month contract - £17.99 for the first 3 months, £22.99 thereafter.
Option 3: 18 month contract - £18.99 for the first 6 months, £24.99 thereafter.
Introductory price achieved via credit on your first bill. On a 12 month term: £15 for Option 1, £15 for Option 2 and £6 for Option 3. On an 18 month term: £54.24 for Option 1, £54 for Option 2 and £36 for Option 3.
- Option 3: 12 month contract £22.99 for the first 3 months, £24.99 thereafter.
You see, the longer contract you get, the lower the price they will offer. But of course, it is always safe to get the shortest contract first as this will serve as a testing ground
if the service is worth the money you are paying or if you are just flushing your money in the toilet. In addition to these outrageours deals, one will also get a referral fee if you will recommend BT Total Broadband to your friends and family and earn yourself £30 for every new person that signs up.