Dublin, Ireland (PressExposure) April 24, 2007 -- Since the beginning of the year, the Internet search portal broadband-betterdeals.com supports customer understanding with respect to complex broadband offers. The increasing amount of competitors in the broadband market has led to price politics that create lure prices, hiding additional costs. In this connection, the portal aims at showing the facts about hidden service differences to customers.
Therefore, the navigation links are organized according to the different bandwidths provided by the offers. Starting with low values of up to 2MB and ending with 24MB, four categories invite users to choose an option that fits their performance related needs. Behind each option, there is a table with comparative data regarding particular offers. Here, the relevant variables comprise contract length, speed, download limit, and monthly cost.
Additionally, the table includes concise information about each package deal and links leading to the supplierâs site or to further information on the supplier. If users choose an external link, another window flips open, so that provider statements can be directly compared to each other by clicking on more than one link at a time. For customers not to get lost during navigation, they can close the additional windows in order to return to broadband-betterdeals.com.
To provide users with independent information, reports on consumer experiences appear in a separate category. These show how different user types estimate the corresponding packagesâ performances and services. Another source of general information comes into play with the siteâs own views upon individual bandwidth cluster. Thereby, broadband-betterdeals.com provides its users with general market data and information on target customer segments.
Evaluating their site, the developers believe to provide a comparative tool to help consumers in deciding which alternative fits in best for them. âIt will help them to get out of the jungle of broadband offers without paying more than initially planned when seeing the lure price,â declared Peter Tanner, search engine expert from broadband-betterdeals.com.
One of the new creations by the European network of vertical sites http://www.betterdeals.com, the Internet guide [http://www.broadband-betterdeals.com] serves the objective of establishing overall customer support during the search for information, products, and services on the Internet. Active since the end of 2003, betterdeals.com is created and managed by Go Advertising Limited, Dublin. ###