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This should realy be on the ADSL topic, but it is slightly different;

Does anyone know if any UK ISP's are offering SDSL yet. I've got a few sattelight offices connected using ADSL VPN's, but 256K upstream is a bit naff.

Any suggestions?

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Only if your feeling flush...

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Its not my money, so I can be as flush as I like.

I know BT aren't doing it untill 2004, but i need something cheaper than leased line and fatter than dsl

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At work we have 10meg full dupe from BT. Not sure how much we're paying for that though. Bug BT some more ;)

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Easynet's probably the firm you're looking for - they're the first people to introduce SDSL in the UK.

It's a few hundred quid per month for 2meg sym (can't remember the exact price), and they've unbundled main city centre exchanges.

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Damnit. Keep forgetting to login. Yes that was me.

Forgot the URL, http://www.easynet.n...ons_dsl_llu.asp.

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Thanks firaas, the current VPN connection their is on EasyNet DSL anyway, time to have a chat with our account manager methinks

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Easynet offer the BT standard ADSL on exchanges that they havn't local loop unbundled.

Its only a few exchanges that they offer SDSL services on, so I'd check that you can get it first. It's not cheap, but its a damn sight cheaper than leased lines!!!

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