Bulldog 4meg

sasha

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After a number of broadband years with BT, first at 512 kb and then at 1meg, I thought I had found internet heaven.

I then chose to move house and BT happily transferred my broadband (at no extra cost) to my temporary accomodation where it worked a dream, and then pledged to move it to my final destination.

In the meantime i saw an ad for

4 meg broadband, free telephone line and no download cap - for £40/month, add in intro discounts, it worked out at around £34/month over a year, oh and yes you can have it with 1 month notice either way.

Too good to be true? I started my research and the ISP (Bulldog) appeared to have a really dirty reputation for customer service on a number of forums.

However, for various reasons I took a chance and ordered the service.

Although I had to wait for 26 working days for my 'go-live', the fact is, everything has happened as it should.

I NOW HAVE 3.8MEG DOWNSTREAM CONNECTION

OK let's see how that looks when the ISP reaches their next capacity step, however for now BULLDOG BROADBAND rocks!!!!

If you can get it, I recommend it - maybe I'm lucky and/or shouldn't hold my breath? Anyway, off to kill some american teenagers on half life, I swear my gun shoots faster on this connection.....
 
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peterchurch

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I hate you sooo much! :p

It took three years into the 21st century to get a sodding 512k link in where we are and am told that I am unlikley to ever see more than 1 meg :(

Lucky bugger !
 

scotth_uk

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Bulldog have been 'dogged' by admin problems, in fact not so long back they had to stop accepting orders! However the people that I know that use the service are more than happy.

They don't use BT infrastructure like most of the others, which is why they offer the service.
 

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