Please excuse my electronic device ignorance in advance I'm still in the 70's with a lot of electronics, so am trying to drag myself into the 21st century - and badly need some advice.
I recently replaced my ancient hifi separates with a Denon 'box that plays music' object, which has internet radio and the ability to stream music (if that's the right term!) via my phone, Last.fm and Spotify. Only issue is that I gather I need unlimited broadband and a decent internet speed and router to really make use of this thing(?) - this is where it gets a bit hazy for me!
We're currently have a free limited Broadband deal from Sky, that has 2Gb limit. I keep getting messages from Sky saying that we've exceeded our limit and need to upgrade to Sky Unlimited. Personally, I think this my be B.S. from Sky, as I haven't used the music streaming or internet radio yet (have also stopped phone from connecting to broadband).
A relative mentioned to us that if we have to pay for Broadband, we'd be better off going with BT, as their Internet speed is faster and routers are much better. (dunno how true this is, or if there are viable cheaper alternatives?)
Can anyone offer some advice please?