Dublin, Ireland (PressExposure) April 24, 2007 -- Obviously, broadband providers do not more than the legally necessary to illustrate their rates to customers, luring them with low base rates. As a result, customers often find themselves let alone with complex contract details and conditions. Consequently, minimum prices become the main force in decision making.
Launched in the beginning of 2007, the Internet portal broadband-betterdeals.com aims at providing additional data to establish a firm information base for choosing broadband package offers. Four navigation categories organized by bandwidth performances guide users through current offers of broadband packages. Users can find the necessary data in tables that comprise the main feature and cost variables.
Additionally, customers report their personal experiences with different kinds of broadband alternatives in a separate section. The site arranges the statements in a way that different types of users review distinct choices. Thereby, customers obtain additional information that helps them to interpret technical or legal descriptions on the providerâs information sheets as well as on the siteâs tables.
Adopting this approach, the broadband-betterdeals.com development team pursues the objective of respecting their usersâ preferences and habits in processing information. Traditionally, the face-to-face interaction is more comprehensible to consumers and more adaptable to their everyday lives than theoretical data shown in booklets or tables. Facing this challenge for their own tables, the developers implemented the opinion section.
In fact, personal descriptions seem to be more understandable as shown by the following utterance made by one of the siteâs users: âAs I don't really download that much or really access the internet every day I decided the BT Option one would be sufficient for me 5GB per month is more than enough download capacity for me!â Regarding the independent lifestyle of nowadaysâ people, sites like broadband-betterdeals.com seem to offer a functional substitute for vis-Ã -vis interpretations of printed matters in classical villages and cities.
One of the latest creations by the European network of vertical sites http://www.betterdeals.com, the Internet portal [http://www.broadband-betterdeals.com] stands for the networkâs orientation towards establishing an everyday guide to the increasing amount of information, products, and services presented on the Internet. Active since the end of 2003, the betterdeals.com team of passionate Internet professionals is managed and hosted by Go Advertising Limited, Dublin.