You're reading this on a broadband connection, right? No, I'm not some crazy online mind-reader. I've just been reading [PDF] that 43% of UK web connections are now of the broadband variety. But how many of those fat pipes are provided by eco-minded ISPs? Not many, I'm guessing, which is why I'm considering switching to Green ISP. It's a bit uncompetitively priced at £22.50 a month for 512kbps but there's no monthly cap and no 12 month contract - a rarity in the broadband world. There are also the green benefits: Green ISP plants a tree for every new broadband customer, its office is powered by solar panels and Juice, and a percentage of profits go to green charidees such as Greenpeace and FOE. Plus the company works with Treesponsibility to offset its omissions. Find out more here.
TrackBack URL for this entry:
Listed below are links to weblogs that reference Eco broadband:
The comments to this entry are closed.