Can there be any sports journalist out there who has not had broadband installed at home (with the exception, we admit, of former Chairman David Hunn)?
There has been a blizzard of apparently money-saving offers from various telephone and television suppliers. But which offer is best for you?
An article by Anthony Lilley might help to clarify the position for you:
Do you know exactly how much your quarterly electricity bill comes to? I certainly don’t. What about the price of your broadband connection? Thought so. Bet you don’t even know what the bandwidth is…
There’s a pretty strong argument that broadband is becoming one of the necessities of life. It’s rapidly turning into a commodity. How do I know this? Well, not only has it been getting cheaper for a while, but broadband must be a commodity if big name companies can afford to give it away with something else.
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