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Demon Launch HomeOffice 1Mbps

Posted: 17th Jan, 2005 By: MarkJ
ISP Demon Internet (THUS Group) has today introduced an uncapped 1Mbps broadband ADSL service, known as 'HomeOffice' (includes Static IP), for £29.99 inc. VAT per month:

The HomeOffice range provides greater services and support than most standard broadband packages on the market. Business users can take advantage of a variety of features including a static IP address for secure remote access to company servers over a VPN, 20 Mb homepage hosting - enough for small business users to create a professional online presence - and free electronic fax and companion dial-up so that users can connect to email when on the move. Unlimited email addresses are also supplied with free Demon Spam Filtering, as well as optional supported Customer Premises Equipment (CPE), which provides users with a choice of modem, router or wireless router. In addition, users have access to round-the-clock dedicated telephone support from THUS's experienced technical support team.

Ideal for home working and small offices that need a fast Internet connection, HomeOffice 500 and 1000 provides users with a fixed monthly fee for unlimited, uncapped broadband access. Users can download large files and content in seconds, without having to worry about exceeding usage or download restrictions and incurring additional costs. Competitively priced at £24.99 per month for HomeOffice 500 and £29.99 per month for HomeOffice 1000 (both inclusive of VAT), the packages provide business services at affordable pricing, enabling SoHo workers to control their overall Internet costs.

"Until now, many SoHo workers have been at a disadvantage, having to pay through the nose for sufficient bandwidth with appropriate business support. After listening to our customers requirements we decided to launch the Demon HomeOffice range so that SMEs and home office customers could have all the broadband functionality required for their business at affordable costs," said Nigel Stevens, Product Director at THUS plc. "Through our continued commitment in developing the Demon Broadband portfolio, THUS now has the most comprehensive collection of SME targeted broadband products on the market which appeal to SoHo workers as well high-end SME users that require a top-end uncapped service."

Customers who sign up for one of the HomeOffice packages before the end of March 2005 can take advantage of THUS's introductory promotion. The offer comprises of a free installation worth £50 and an optional free modem worth £5 for all subscribers.

The new HomeOffice products will replace THUS's Demon Express range of broadband products, which will be taken off the shelf in January 2005. The HomeOffice range is the latest offering from THUS's Demon branded communications portfolio, which includes Internet access, hosting and telephony services. More information on the Demon HomeOffice range will is available from http://www.demon.net .


Pity it sounds like a wing of the government, only faster ;).
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