Ok... I work at a small(ish) solicitors firm that specialise in conveyancing in Christchurch, and as a result of new rules and legislation, they need to incorporate Internet access throughout the office in order to keep up to date (about time too!) At present they have one PC connected via dial up for the odd occasion that something is needed, but as of next week access is going to be a near enough hourly necessity for at least 3, of the 4 PC's. Obviously a "split" broadband connection is the way to go (a fair bit of downloading is likely to be needed), but after a "helpful" call to BT yesterday who provide the switchboard facilities, it seems they're intent on charging way more than I expected - £75 per month for access plus between £300 and £400 to install. The company are happy to pay ( ) but I'm pretty certain they could get it cheaper... question is, how? At home we have a b/band connection (unsure of the monthly cost) with a modem that doubles up as a 4 way router - this sort of setup would be ideal in the office so suggestions along this line would be appreciated... Anyone have any idea's? - Come on... help me save them some money so I can have a payrise instead! K.