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Eclipse Cuts Broadband ADSL Prices
By: MarkJ - 04 March, 2005 (2:22 PM)

UK ISP Eclipse Internet has slashed the cost of new broadband connections by offering free set up and a free modem on selected services for the remainder of March 2005:

To claim the offer, new business and home customers joining Eclipse Broadband must sign up to either the FLEX 500, FLEX 1000 or FLEX 2000 service. As well as slashing the set-up fees, Eclipse is including a free modem in the offer.

FLEX Broadband, introduced in June 2004, is still the only UK broadband service that can be boosted at a touch of a button. Speaking about the innovative service at the recent ISPA Awards, the judges applauded Eclipse's unique speed-boosting feature, which allows users to temporarily boost their connection speed at a moment's notice.

The new offer comes just a week after the company announced free transfers for existing broadband users moving to Eclipse.

* For further product details plus terms and conditions, see the Eclipse Internet website http://www.eclipsebroadband.com

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