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ISP CharityDays Launches New Offers
By: MarkJ - 23 December, 2003 (9:56 AM)

In celebration of its second year in operation, UK ISP CharityDays, which donates money to UK charities, has launched a new look and packages (ADSL, unmetered dialup etc.):

CharityDays Celebrates Two Year Birthday with brand new product launch

CharityDays, the award winning Internet Service Provider that donates money to UK charities, is celebrating its second birthday with the launch of a brand new range of products.

CharityDays, voted 4th best ISP in the UK* last year, has just launched a new portal with a new look and feel as well as a new improved product portfolio. New products include a new 12.99 unmetered anytime product, Home ADSL broadband from 23.99, with 1Mb costing 36.99, and a brand new 29.99 all inclusive broadband hardware and installation bundle.

Charity donations for each product remain unchanged at 60% of the company's income. Alongside the new look and feel web site and customer portal is a whole new range of very competitive business products, again all donating money to charity. These include a new 29.99+VAT business broadband package as well as a 2Mb business broadband solution for 86.99+VAT.

All CharityDays packages include free access to an advanced customer portal giving free on-line support, unlimited e-mail addresses, Static IP, SMTP, masses of free web space and web stats reporting. Customer support is also available over the telephone on 0845 local call rate 24 hours a day, every day of the year.

CharityDays represents over 125 UK charities and is growing all the time, even television celebrity Graham Norton signed up this year, becoming the 1000th sign up for Oxfam.

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