The comments on yesterday's Planhacker listing of unlimited broadband deals unearthed so many extra contenders that there was only one thing to do: a major update to incorporate them all. So that's what I've done — there's now a much longer list of providers, although because of the ludicrous "no torrents" rules that many providers apply, that doesn't necessarily mean there's a better range of good choices . . . Check out the updated list at the original link. [Planhacker]
Planhacker Unlimited Broadband Listing Massively Updated
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