Okay our current broadband provider (BT) can't supply us a fast internet connection, we've got 512kbps (sorry for using the term 'fast' Exfoliate, that speed must seem astronimical for you *pat on back*) and our modem is old and won't work with a faster connection. I saw a deal on their site where you can get up to 2mbps but with a limit of 20GB per month. It also said yu get a free wireless router but you have to be a new customer to get that and existing customers have to pay for it. Also they said in our area we can't get 2mbps and the fastest we can get with them is 1mbps. So now we're thinking of changing our broadband provider, any suggestions? there are a few things I am wondering about though... We have a BT Phone line, so if we were to go with a different company could we still run the modem through the BT phoneline using a microfilter or would we need a second line (don't want to get a second line) We also still have the NTL cable box on the front of our house as we used to be with them for internet, I've checked availability with them and we can have 2mbps broadband. I take it this means the box can still be used. But these are just some things I've checked out, what are your suggestions, we want to spend around £25 a month (cheaper is always better) and will need a router in the future (or a router in the package would be good) but at the minute a USB modem would be fine. Sorry if I've missed anything.