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Nildrams ADSL Re-Grades For FREE
By: MarkJ - 15 January, 2004 (9:48 AM)

UK ISP Nildram is, for a limited period of time, offering existing customers the ability to upgrade between their broadband ADSL products (re-grading) or change from another ISP – all free of charge:

Nildram ease path to Faster Connection!…

Nildram, one of the UK’s highest performing Broadband Service Providers, have today announced two offers for users looking to upgrade their Service Provider, or connection speed if they are an existing customer.

Nildram has been offering service re-grades between Broadband products since the launch of it’s revised portfolio in August 2003 – allowing a customer to re-grade between any current Nildram Broadband service for £35 plus VAT.

With effect from today, and for a limited period of time, Nildram are offering the above re-grade service free of charge – subject to revised monthly fees for the new product selected.

Additionally, Broadband users currently with other ISPs can upgrade to equivalent Nildram Broadband services free of charge. Nildram point out that this can only be done on a ‘like for like’ basis – if a customer wishes to convert from an engineer installed service to a self installed service, or change the speed of their connection, they will have to migrate their existing service to Nildram first, before applying to re-grade their connection speed.

For full details of these offers, as well as details of Nildram’s Broadband services, visit their Broadband website at: http://www.getadsl.co.uk

Iain Ogilvie, Nildram’s Marketing Manager comments: “Choice within the Broadband market has been a long term mantra here at Nildram and we have been pleased to support initiatives to ease migration between Broadband ISPs and connection speeds.” He adds: ”The two offers discussed here underline that ethos and will hopefully make any decisions to upgrade, whether it be to Nildram as a service provider, or within our extensive portfolio, an easy one.

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