Ok The time is ripe for me to change my broadband and my line rental packages. I am currently with o2 and am on one of the old legacy packages. i get 16MBps for 9.46pm. However my contract has ended and the price has shot up to 14.50. So i call them up and this sound knowledgeable lad starts telling me about the works (which is now truly unlimited) and the phone line which after discounts i can get for 23.50. I hesitate as one does and say i will need to see what i am paying bt and how it all compares. So i call back today to order and the bafoons on the phone want me to pay 26 quid and then three separate o2 reps tell me that not only do they want more than i was previously offered but the the works isnt unlimited at all. so i check the website and sure enough it states that the works does provide unlimited downloads with no traffic shaping policy. So to the meat of the thread. So a little bit put off by o2s inhouse confusion and their inability to give me what they offered four days ago i start hunting around. i head to quidco and notice i can get sky unlimited with the weekend evening phone package including line rental for the grand sum of 12.25 per month after discounts. not only that but quidco will give me 95 quid cash back and to top it off i get an m and s voucher worth 25 quid. I mean this is a billy bargain. unlimited downloads, same speed as i have now no peer to peer or iplayer/ youtube restrictions, phone rental, free calls, money back and a few days worth of shopping from one of the best food stores in the uk. in fact assuming the cash back tracks then i will pay 4.30 per month for all that. So the cynic in me says whats the catch? i have asked how good sky are before and as per normal got a right mixed bag of answers. i know that not everyones experience is going to be positive. i for instance have been with o2 for about 5 years and never had any bother (aside from today) but other people will have not been happy at all with the service they got. it is almost pot luck. i guess my biggest question is how long will i/ should i be without a line when it is changed and do people get the advertised speeds? i live pretty close to an exchange and think i would get what they say i will but despite the amazing offer i am slightly wary. should i be or shoud i just grab this deal with both hands and say thanks very much while i sit down to a very tasty on the house marks and spencers salmon steak and thick cut chips!!! EDIT: I have just realised that the monthly cost is 12.25 for the first 6 months only and it then rises to 22.25. however this is still a great deal in my eyes and i am very very tempted especially with the 95 quid cash back and m and s voucher.