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Postby Dave » Fri 19 May 2006 12:56 GMT

Original posting by QuestBulgaria on 11 May 2006 in response to David+Lynz:

QuestBulgaria wrote:I know everyone is used to this in the UK but this can be hit and miss here in BG and is generally only available in the cities, and even then it does not work at full speed and can even disappear for a while. For the Black Sea Coast area (just inland) I do know that the village of Avren is one of the very few that has high speed connection and it is a lovely place too. If you wish I can put you in touch with someone near there.
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Postby David+Lynz » Thu 1 Jun 2006 14:50 GMT

Hi Dave,

Firstly thanks for all your efforts and kind assistance, this forum is a wealth of information. As I would be taking my UK job to BG a good quality + reliable telephone connection with broadband internet for video conferencing etc is a prerequisite so a referral of someone in Avren or similar area close to the coast would be greatly appreciated as I would prefer to centralize my property search within high speed internet areas.

Please allow me to return the favor so if you or any of the other moderators are missing any low cost items from the UK let me know and I will send you a parcel. I look forward to hearing from you soon.

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Postby Kay » Sat 3 Jun 2006 08:06 GMT

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Postby ANNAMALONES » Mon 3 Jul 2006 19:59 GMT

Hi

I too would like some info if anyone has any on the BB situation.

My partner and I plan to move there next summer, we both work from home using the net and require a decent BB connection (at least half meg).


Any info is absolutely great.

Thanks.
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