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Video Networks Doubles xDSL Speeds
By: MarkJ - 24 January, 2005 (9:26 AM)

ISP/VoD operator Video Networks (HomeChoice) has today followed NTL by confirming a similar set of speed boosts (doubling - 512Kbps becomes 1Mbps etc.) to its own broadband services:

Video Networks Ltd. (VNL) today announced the upgrade of all three tiers of its broadband Internet services. As from 1st February 2005, HomeChoice customers will be automatically upgraded at no additional cost to their usual monthly subscription.

The brand new HomeChoice Internet speeds will be as follows:

512Kb customers will receive up to 1Mb
1Mb customers will receive up to 2Mb
2Mb customers will receive up to 4Mb

Each broadband Internet service continues to come with the very best in digital TV, video-on-demand plus free evening and weekend phone calls, providing HomeChoice customers with the most comprehensive home entertainment solution on the market.

The new Internet services will allow HomeChoice customers to enjoy ever faster file download speeds making it even easier to keep up with the latest music and movie files as well as continuing to enjoy superior online gaming.

Roger Lynch, Chairman & CEO, Video Networks Ltd. said: The HomeChoice Internet upgrades demonstrate the strength of our network and our commitment to the Internet market in addition to our digital TV, video-on-demand and telephony services. Video Networks is constantly looking for ways it can enhance its current suite of services to continue to provide a superb customer experience.

Existing HomeChoice customers will be notified of the automatic upgrades from 24th January via direct mail. In addition, new customers will also be eligible to take advantage of the new Internet speeds when they sign up to HomeChoice via customer care (0845 678 3333) or via the website ( http://www.homechoice.co.uk ).

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