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 Broadband on its own?

Answer You need the physical land line to provide the broadband (this is the wire the internet comes down), so that's why most providers give it.You could get a mobile router / dongle if you don't want a ... Read More »
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Is SKY BROADBAND any good (Answers from Sky broadband customers would be appreciated) thank you!?

Yes, I have no problems at all, just the odd hiccup when we first installed it. We pay £26 a month for TV, phone, and sky package without films or sports. But you have to pay for calls during the ... Read More »
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I'm thinking of having a landline and broadband in my new home,but should I go for BT Broadband with their?

If Both companies have Cable to Home infrastructure then either will provide Fast ADSL services(Depends what services you want,will be the factor in deciding)
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Sky broadband I am with BTinternet at the minute but SKY internet is free. Are sky broadband any good?

been with sky over a year no probs rec max for £10 a month download speed 10 to 12 mb day and night plus free wireless router shame its a netgear but works
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I have Broadband. Any ideas why, when a telephone call is made or received, it cuts off my Broadband?

You haven't got a ADSL micro filter fitted to the telephone(s).
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