[clug] Transact Progress(?)

Mark Harrison m.harrison at anu.edu.au
Fri Aug 22 11:17:06 EST 2003

There is http://www.broadbandchoice.com.au/ but their prices are not
always right up to date with the ISPs web site. You can see a big list
or do a search based on price and MB allowance etc.
On Fri, 2003-08-22 at 11:03, Michael Carden wrote:
> At the risk of driving this already barely on-topic discussion way out into
> off-topic territory...
> Does anyone know of a resource that compares ACT ISP offerings in a
> meaningful way? 
> For example, TransAct has its good points  including the possibility of
> packaging data services with perhaps telephony or television, but you need
> to add the cost of an ISP to the cost of TransAct. Likewise, the various
> on-sellers of ADSL services quote their setup / pricing / volumes / limits
> etc in an endless array of different formats. One might almost believe that
> no-one WANTS anyone to understand how the costs pan out. :-)
> I am very happy indeed with my current dial-up provider [Alphalink], but
> their ADSL offering here is a tad too costly for me.
> Suggestions?
> Thanks,
> MC
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