I'm on an 'up to' 8 megabit ADSL broadband service with Demon Internet here in the UK. Speed tests reveal that on average I'm only getting a 3.3 megabit connection, yet initial tests suggested I should be able to acheive around 5.5mb/s. This isn't such a big deal though, as with a 5.5 connection I'd be burning through my 'fair use' bandwidth allocation even faster! I'm a heavy bandwidth user , no doubt about it and I wonder if UK ISPs will eventually move back to 'pay per gigabyte' model, rather than advertising their service as 'unlimited' then capping the monthly allowance. I know some ISPs offer a set fee for X gigabytes, plus an amount per GB over that - can anyone recommend a UK company that offers this service?