(PRWEB) May 27, 2006
http://www.BroadbandChoices.co.uk, the leading uk broadband comparison web site, today urged those football fans with only dial up internet at home to get broadband within the next few days to ensure they take advance of all the online coverage that this year's World Cup will receive.
Chris Eagle commercial manager, comments, “With the World Cup starting on June 9th, there isn’t much time if you haven’t yet got broadband. Since the last world cup, the internet has moved on and there are loads of sites that will offer you a chance not just to see this year's games again but also previous World Cup classics. If you want to watch old World Cup clips and catch up on this year’s action you’ll need broadband.”
The official Fifa site for the world cup (http://fifaworldcup.yahoo.com/06/en/) already contains:
a) The latest news with details of the scores from the friendly games in preparation for the tournament
b) A count down clock to the first world cup game
c) Classic videos to watch of the top moments going back to when England won the world cup in 1966
d) Best young player videos
e) Destination video’s where the matches are being played
f) Pick your own dream team
g) Information on all the matches and where they will be played
h) You can even customise your home page to feature news on your favourite teams and much more.
The World cup sites are forecast to have millions of visitors all wanting to download, view old World Cup clicks and all searching for their favourite old moment from their hero or team.
It is unthinkable that someone would be online with a dial up modem and be able to enjoy the World Cup as much as those people who have already got broadband.
Visit http://www.broadbandchoices.co.uk to compare the latest broadband offers.