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Investec Struc LSE:ISP London Ordinary Share GB00B631ZQ22 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 55.50 0.00 00:00:00
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Equity Investment Instruments 0.06 -0.06 -1.20 3
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
- O 0 55.50 GBX

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28/11/200418:53Which ISP?12
28/11/200418:51** WANTED ---- NEW ISP **15
21/6/200322:25BT ISP turned into common TRASH3
21/6/200309:31BT broadband, cynical or what?-
31/10/200114:19New ISP Required-

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28/11/2004
17:08
gerard j: Hi all Any good/reliable, good value isp around? I looked at www.ispreview.co.uk GJ
21/6/2003
22:25
seconduser: Mad4IT The trouble is if you are already caught up in a contract with BT. This restriction (below) stops me sending mail via my domain hosted by another ISP and I face heavy penaltires for leaving ... like pay to the end of the contract. I find it unbelievable; look at the ladt sentence ... the restriction reads like a favour to the customer... BT's message "to further improve security to our business customers and reduce spam we are making some changes to our SMTP mail servers. From Friday 6 June if you are using Oulook express or another mail client and connecting to the Internet using a service provider other than BT Openworld broadband business you will need to use our authenticated e-mail feature to send e-mails via BT connect servers. This feature makes sure that only BT Openworld broadband business account holders can send e-mail using our mail servers."
21/6/2003
13:18
seconduser: Hey Colin, it just got worse. I hadn't seen your note and posted under epic = ISP
05/10/2002
14:37
optimist: I have just been booted off BT Connect for leaving the connection open all day. They asked me to downgrade my account to pay as you go which means that I can keep my email accounts which can be accessed via another ISP. It remains to be seen how long it will be before they realise that I am not using the ISP part of the account.
01/10/2002
17:17
timeliner: BT have just announced that their BT Anytime service is anything but anytime. From 24hours to 12 hours and now 5 hours from 1 November. Can anyone recommend a back up ISP similar to Anytime (which can be used away from your home telephone line) (With Freeserve Anytime you have to nominate a telephone number).
24/8/2002
16:08
rdj20: here's a really great ISP but can you guess it. It is a four letter word beginning with C We all rely on it as ADVFN users. Although most people would not say it was a rude word, many of us here would. They aren't very reliable. Answers on a postcard.
24/8/2002
09:25
plato: I'm looking for a new backup ISP. Does anyone use fast24.co.uk... any comments, good or bad? Nick
22/11/2001
00:04
capitalist: Tom, Be careful with the numbers being thrown up in your test, I have found that they are partially dependent on the time of day that the test is run. My own connection speed varies dramatically between 6am in the morning and 5pm at night. Plus I have noted that since moving to a higher spec' machine, the speed has also increased on the ISP connection, despite being the same ISP. C
21/11/2001
10:07
mobile dealer: The whole ISP network system was in a mess yesterday and BT is still having problems today. ADVFN should want to know how different ISP's are compatible with the delivery of their service particularly if they are being blamed for poor delivery.
09/11/2001
10:59
tomj: Dear All, there have been a number of threads on ISP's, however this is a thread to allow users to see that if you are having problems connecting to sites or the speed is really slow then you are not alone. For a good while now the majority of customers complaints regarding connection problems have been from AOL customers. As you can see from the results in our tests, AOL have not performed well. Links for ISP tests: http://www.advfn.com/cmn/bandwidth.php http://www.advfn.com/cmn/bandwidth.php?stats=1&modem=56600 However, AOL are not the only service providers to give poor connection speeds. We want you all to be aware which ISP's give poor service and for you to be able to see who you should try and connect with. Think about this: If you have problems connecting to ADVFN or your online broker or anyone else you use in your trading/investing, think how much this can cost you compared to spending say £30 p/month for an ADSL or cable connection which give very very quick download speeds and instant access. http://www.demon.net http://www.telewest.co.uk
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