I tried fxticker as well, but wouldn't continue because they would only send their signals and the rest was up to me. As said above, the signals of Classicfond were really wonderful as they sent emails on every move they made, so I was able to compare my results almost 1:1 with theirs.
Classicfond also send an indicator especially for their subscribers that would ease trading. It was kind of an acoustic alert - one was a horizontal line that would send an alert once a certain price level was reached; the other one was a vertical line that would send an alert if a certain time was reached, e.g. to warn you on upcoming news.
Yes, you receive an email with price levels for short and long trades on every pair so you can place them once the level is reached.
An overall very good service, but to be honest, I have to warn in view of the special character of this system. It is a breakout strategy with a tight stop loss of 20 pips. And if there are no breakouts in the market one will experience a huge drawdown. Sometimes 3 days in a row were negative, but every time the breakout happened one day and would compensate for the previous losses.
So if you are interested, I'd recommend to test it for €39 a month (including signals for indices and commodities) and concentrade on the 5 major pairs. You will be busy enough with only those 5 pairs.