Cutting the LA internet - rural internet provider
Hi, we're based in a small middle school (~120 kids) in Northumberland.
Our LA, who currently provide our internet, are going to be charging around £5k for continued internet access next year (presumably the start of the coming financial year) and I'm looking to see if we can get a half decent service for any cheaper.
Our village has no fibre laid and it doesn't appear we can get SDSL. Am I right in thinking our only realistic options would be bonded residential ADSL or to stick with the LA?
Currently the LA provide a 10mb (up and down) wireless link. Obviously I'm not expecting anything around that speed (particularly up), but something around 6mb down and 2mb up ought to be sufficient. Is it possible?