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August 29, 2008

24 Mbps broadband delayed


by David Allen

The roll out of a 24 Mbps broadband service has been delayed because of the ISPs name.

It turns out that the BT system does not recognise all of their partners and so this problem will delay the niche outfit Andrews & Arnold (AAISP) from providing their customers with a high speed broadband connection, for a couple of weeks anyway.

Apparently, it is the “&” in the A&A’s name, which is causing all of the problems.

This sometimes occurs when people are signing up for different services too, but it should be expected that between BT and AAISP they might have spotted the potential hiccup beforehand.

The ADSL2+ service was due to be trialled starting the 1st September, but this delay has meant that this start time will probably be put back two or three weeks.

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