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Freedom2Surf's Migration Trial

Posted: 01st Apr, 2005 By: MarkJ
Freedom2Surf has started trials of a service that allows customers to migrate from any broadband ADSL ISP, regardless of whether they are on Datastream or IPStream, without interruption:

Internet users on Datastream connections, such as those with Tiscali and Virgin, will for the first time be able to migrate their connection to Freedom2Surf, without interruption to their Internet connection.

The Freedom2Surf trial widens choice for Internet users by smashing through the barriers to service migration, making it possible for customers of both Datastream and IPStream services to migrate easily. In the past, customers had to go through a lengthy process of cancelling their ADSL line and waiting up to ten days for new line activation.

Freedom2Surf has also announced an extension to the free re-grade offer so that customers can continue to choose the most suitable Internet service for them and switch over without charge until the end of May 2005. In addition, migrating customers can also take advantage of being simultaneously upgraded to the best possible speed up to 2 Mbits.

Chris Panayis, managing director of Freedom2Surf, commented: "The launch of the migration trial will extend choice for customers searching for the best deal on broadband. We believe that Freedom2Surf have some of the most competitively priced packages available and we look forward to welcoming new customers migrating from Datastream services. As an added bonus for Freedom2Surf customers, we have extended the re-grade offer for a couple of extra months. This offer has proved particularly popular with our customers and, while other ISPs continue to charge users to change connections, Freedom2Surf have already re-graded tens of thousands of users without charge".

To migrate to Freedom2Surf simply signup from the website with your MAC code obtained from your current ISP. For further information on the Freedom2Surf Connect family of internet services please visit http://www.freedom2surf.net/adsl


Sadly there are quite a few people around that find obtaining their MAC code to be an unpleasant process, with some providers being less than willing to give them up.
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