Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Bett Assd Nts LSE:BTBB London Ordinary Share QQ0032821407 ORD 20P (ASSD GLADEDALE LN NTS)
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
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Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
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Bett Assd Nts Share Discussion Threads

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05/11/2003
10:00
Thank you very much one and all, guys and gals ;-))
jami dodgers
04/11/2003
22:51
Presumably if you don't have broadband at the moment you have 56k dial up or isdn. Regardless of contention ratio it's going to be better than those.
captain cash
04/11/2003
22:09
I have the standard BT Broadband, works fine during the trading day, only noticed it slows down at weekends especially Sundays.
rd-racer
04/11/2003
21:06
I have ntl 600k broadband. I also use a Netgear Router. It runs 2 PCs and 1 i-mac through cables, plus 2 wirelessed lap-tops. Very easy, fast and trouble free.
dhedra
04/11/2003
20:31
jami - I have been on BT broadband (originally Openworld) since launch and it seems to have settled down pretty well in my area. I think contention varies with mix of residential and business. I would guess that I am in a mostly residential area and don't seem to notice any degradation in throughput during UK trading day but things definitely slow down in the early evening, say between 1700 and 2000 (probably kids downloading games and music!). Personally, don't like the Yahoo bells and whistles, they just get in my way and have reverted to original service. I implemented my own wired and wireless (802.11b) system. For wireless I used Netgear kit and have been very pleased with its performance using it for router, pci cards for pc's and pcmcia cards for laptops. Not too difficult to set up and appears very stable.
poo
04/11/2003
20:15
and ladies :-)
wolf
04/11/2003
18:03
I use pipex and can recommend it. Have had a couple of problems if I'm honest. Down for about 2 - 3 days in the past 18months. It's the 50:1 ratio I think. I run 1 pc with 2 screens - set probably a bit like Hooya. Don't think you'd have too much trouble as the downloads aren't heavy graphics or anything. I think it's about 25 per month. have a look at adslguide.org.uk - lots of info there.
wolf
04/11/2003
17:20
ntl broadband 600k cable modem - tried 150k, but too slow.
los ricos
04/11/2003
15:47
Thanks Dave, Tried there first before clogging up the board with yet another thread, but couldn't find anything relevant to the above enquiry. We do know who not to use though! JDs
jami dodgers
04/11/2003
15:45
Standard BT broadband direct through BT...before they had Yahoo association I think
hooya
04/11/2003
15:43
thats ok, you can do a search for broadband.or take a look here for some threads http://www.advfn.com/cmn/fbb/search.php3?option=1&keywords=broadband&creator=&epic=&go=Search+Discussions
dave37
04/11/2003
15:40
Thanks Hooya, is that the standard BT Yahoo Broadband?
jami dodgers
04/11/2003
15:38
I use BT broadband...not sure about the 50:1 thing but mine is 600K...only run 1 pc two screens and countless browsers and I havent had a problem in 3 months
hooya
04/11/2003
15:38
Thanks Dave ;-)
jami dodgers
04/11/2003
15:36
cant help you I'm afraid, I use blueyonder.........just letting you know that your post had been read....... dave
dave37
04/11/2003
15:35
Hi All, BT have finally got around to our area with Broadband and we hope to be connected later this month. Can anyone advise us on the following: Is the contended ratio of 50:1 that BT offer sufficient to handle the volume of data needed for day trading? We have two cpu s running two monitors each, connected to the usual multiple sites for gathering information and executing trades. Or should we be considering and upgrade to Pipex Business with a ratio of 20:1, but costing more than twice the price (£82.19 + vat as opposed to £29.99 inc vat)? Also if we go the BT route, has anyone experience of the BT Voyager 2000 wireless home network? Or any alternatives? Thanks in anticipation The J D s
jami dodgers
04/11/2003
15:33
Hi All, BT have finally got around to our area with Broadband and we hope to be connected later this month. Can anyone advise us on the following: Is the contended ratio of 50:1 that BT offer sufficient to handle the volume of data needed for day trading? We have two cpu s running two monitors each, connected to the usual multiple sites for gathering information and executing trades. Or should we be considering and upgrade to Pipex Business with a ratio of 20:1, but costing more than twice the price (£82.19 + vat as opposed to £29.99 inc vat)? Also if we go the BT route, has anyone experience of the BT Voyager 2000 wireless home network? Or any alternatives? Thanks in anticipation The J D s
jami dodgers
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