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Choice is all very well, but when there’s too much of it problems such as headaches are often the result as we are left in a state of paralysis over which way to jump in case we miss the best deal. This is especially the case with broadband providers these days, with everyone from Orange Home Broadband, Tiscali Broadband and TalkTalk Broadband to BT Total Broadband and Virgin Media Broadband and even Tesco Broadband stampeding into the market like so many buffalos, all in fierce competition for customers.

The important point to remember is why you want broadband at all, and what you’ll use it for. The level of service required by a corporate user will be very different to that wanted by a normal domestic user, for example. The business user will want the fastest speeds available and a high level of technical support. But even with medium users, the needs will vary, with occasional senders of email requiring less than enthusiastic social network users and live chat addicts.

Take into account the length of contract whether you’re looking for mobile broadband, business broadband or any of the domestic broadband deals. Monthly rolling contracts are often a better idea than 12 month or 18 month ones if you may have to terminate and don’t want to pay for the lost months.

Many broadband providers also have monthly usage caps embedded in their contracts, whereby if you shoot over a certain level you’ll be charged, so this also will depend on your expected level of usage.

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