Top 10 Broadband launch new website – 30 April 2007
Are you getting your best broadband deal?
Major UK broadband comparison site Top 10 Broadband (www.top10-broadband.co.uk) today launches a fully redesigned website incorporating a revolutionary postcode checker, a broadband switching tool including ‘deal beating’ technology, a daily news section and more industry-leading broadband comparison functions.
London-based company Formula, the team behind Top 10 Broadband believe their site is now the most advanced broadband comparison portal in the UK having only launched in January 2007.
Formula have added the extra tools and functionality in reaction to user feedback and changes in the home broadband market where new ISPs and an ever-growing number of broadband packages and options have proliferated. Top 10 Broadband makes it simpler than ever for users to cut through the red tape and jargon – allowing them to make informed broadband purchases effortlessly.
The company are particularly proud of their new, revolutionary postcode checker, which graphically shows the distance between a user’s home and their local phone exchange (where their broadband is routed from), an indication of the speed their broadband line will support and a detailed list of broadband ISPs and packages that are currently available to them.
Also live on the new site is an innovative switching tool which analyses a user’s existing broadband connection and suggests better alternatives, as well as giving clear and easy-to-understand advice on how to switch broadband effortlessly.
While 50% of UK homes now have broadband, Top 10 Broadband believe many home users are not getting the best broadband deal available to them. Recent reports suggests thousands of households are paying too much for their broadband and are not getting their max line speed.
The average UK broadband speed available is 3.8Mb/s, however most homes are only getting speeds of around 2Mb/s and are missing out on faster broadband connections. Top 10 Broadband aim to redress the balance for its users.