I have recently moved to a new apartment in Barcelona so I had to "move" also my Internet connection. I have also a Huawei e156 modem with a Simyo SIM card that I use for having Internet while On the Go, so I had no struggle about been without Internet connection at home. In any case, and luckily I must add, the change of ADSL connection from one apartment to the other was not difficult at all. Luckily because when I contacted Tele2 for the change, they informed me about the need to pay around 80? for this change. But, as the product I had, only ADSL connection, without phone, was not available anymore, I had to change the product contracted or... I could finish my contract even though I had a 18 months compulsory contract.
This was the first good news, but then they informed that they had promotion with Vodafone, as Tele2 Spain is now owned by Vodafone Spain, so I could change the service to a more complete pack, with fix phone and a flat rate in fix phone calls, for roughly the same price and without having to pay one euro for the installation, I accepted without doubt.
I started the process beginning February so I was supposed to receive the router around a week after. At the end the shipment was delayed because a shortage of routers (I was informed), so I received the wifi router about a week ago, but one of the most interesting things about the Vodafone solution is that the router comes with two ways of connecting to Internet: Through ADSL but also through HSPA. And the point is that even though I had not ADSL connection yet I could use for a week or so the HSPA connection from my router and with a nice download speed of about 4Mbps.
Now I have the ADSL connection and the speed has been improved to 6Mbps downlink and almost 1Mbps uplink, and the HSPA connection is there as a backup solution in case the ADSL link fails.
So, at the end it took around three weeks to have the ADSL connection up and running again at my new apartment, but the struggle of been without Internet is not a must anymore when moving!