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Nildram the UK ISP has set up a migration service for
BT ISDN users to upgrade to wires-only ADSL.

The conversion process from Highway ISDN to Nildram Home, or Office, ADSL service costs £27.99, payable to BT. Basically you're upgrading from 128kbps to an always-on 512Kbps connection.

Here's how it works.

BT manages the conversion of a BT provided ISDN line to PSTN and subsequent activation of the customers' ADSL service. Should the conversion fail for technical reasons, the engineer converts the line back to the original service and all associated charges are cancelled.

Nildram has been offering a migration path to a more traditional 'with hardware' USB ADSL services for some time, and is extending this to offer 'wires only' Home and Office services following BT's recent announcement that it was to launch the new process.

You can find more information on the service and subscription rates here. ®

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