Back in 2000 when ADSLguide was set up, providing information about broadband service providers was a far simpler task than it is today. Six years ago only four core wholesale ADSL services were widely available and the users were early adopters who were technically proficient.
Today, the entire concept of broadband is different. It is no longer just an 'always on' service but an enabler of modern communications. The average broadband user is no different to the average person walking by in the street who uses applications ranging from e-mail, video blogging and peer-to-peer file sharing with new applications yet to come.
This change in broadband users means that as a provider of information, we have to adapt to the changing requirements of our visitors, and it is for this reason we are pleased to be relaunching our website. Although fundamentally the principles of the site remain the same, our new site is designed to provide users with more personalised information.
As part of this, you will notice our name has changed from ADSLguide to thinkbroadband to take into consideration the changing focus of our site to be more inclusive of non-ADSL broadband technologies.
Be one of the first to register on our new site which allows you to select your options for receiving e-mail reminders about ratings and news, log & graph your speed test results and more.
>>> Register on thinkbroadband.com <<<
The code behind this new website has been totally re-written to be much faster, more flexible and better suited to the increased features we plan to provide. We hope to continue adding these new features over the coming weeks and months but felt that we needed to migrate to the new system sooner rather than later to allow users to take advantages of the new site as soon as possible.
We would like to particularly thank Ian who has been involved since early last year who took on a large project with requirements and specifications that evolve quite quickly and without whom this would not have been possible.