Providers advertise with the average speed of broadband their customers receive. This is a measurement, which is why the average speed often varies by a few megabits per second between different providers. On average, however, this means you get faster speeds than the ones promoted, but you can also get slower speeds. Sometimes much slower. Do you always read the fine print when you sign a broadband contract? After all, there is a lot to read, but sometimes it contains some pretty ones. This is an agreement between Broadband Corp and you as a customer. The following agreement defines the terms of this agreement. In summary, Broadband Corp is not responsible unless required by law to provide, perform, install, repair or satisfy a need, unless expressly stated. You, the Customer, are responsible for the use, fees and payment of all services made available to you under this Agreement. But what exactly can you do if « before » is the urgent factor? You have to pay. Read more « If this contract is not expressly provided, your commitment to pay for a service is maintained without restriction, even if the service is not available or if its quality is compromised by an act or omission on your part or a third party that Broadband Corp does not control or any other event. This version of the WBA is a standard form of access agreement within the meaning of Part XIC of the Competition and Consumer Act 2010 and is the last standard offer. Please note that this standard form of the Access Agreement (AFAA) and the latest standard offer consist of all documents linked to this page, unless the document explicitly states that it is not part of the SFAA….