UK internet service provider (ISP) Nildram has set up a migration service for users of BT ISDN to convert their connections to wires-only ADSL services.
The conversion costs £27.99, which BT bills the user for when the process is successfully completed.
The telco manages the conversion from ISDN line back to the regular telephone network and then activates the customer's ADSL service.
Should the conversion fail, BT will re-install the original service and scrap its charges.
Users have been protesting loudly about the difficulties of switching from 128k ISDN charges to 512k ADSL lines for the last two years. Allowing the ISDN contract to run full-term was their only viable option.
Last November, BT introduced a migration path for ISDN customers with a lower charge of £100, but admitted in January that few customers had been persuaded.
In June, the telco lowered the switch charge to £27.99 and introduced the option to move to self-install ADSL, which Nildram is now reselling.
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