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by jacksonbird03 / May 12, 2013 5:01 PM PDT

Hello members...
How are you all ???
Which is the best broadband network provider which provides the best services and also at affordable price...

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Re: Broadband network
by Kees_B Forum moderator / May 12, 2013 5:30 PM PDT
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That depends on where you live. On most places there's only one cable provider and a limited number of ADSL-providers. And it's totally useless to know the best provider in New Delhi if you happen to live in Toronto.

Morover, your question doesn't specify your exact criteria.


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by TubularBells / May 16, 2013 8:54 PM PDT
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Exactly. I for example live in Germany. I can offer you this list of providers: And we could talk about these and discuss the pros and cons of every provider on the list.
But what good does it when you live in, say, Singapore or New Zealand or Alaska and probably haven't even heard of any of them since your country may have so many providers of its own.

Also: even the prices of services from the big global companies vary from country to country. Then there is the question of how much speed you want. Are you looking for a flatrate?

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