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Jamcamedia Launch ADSL Service
By: MarkJ - 21 January, 2004 (8:33 AM)

Jamcamedia is preparing to launch a 512Kbps broadband ADSL service through its new website/ISP, Bluefresh. The service will go live from 1st February 2004 and cost 24.99 per month:

Jamcamedia today announced that it is launching a new DSL Website, Bluefresh on February 01 2004. The ADSL self-install product, being released under the Bluefresh brand, will cost customers from 24.99 per month with a set up charge including VAT.

Taking advantage of the BT price cuts announced recently, Bluefresh will allow customers to have always-on access to the Internet at an affordable price. By installing their own USB DSL modem and telephone socket filters, Bluefresh customers will receive a full Internet access service with unlimited email addresses, and up to 512Kb downstream bandwidth and 256Kb upstream.

Also being relaunched is the Bluefresh Web-hosting service which has over 1000 customers with website and just under 2000 domain name customers.

The new site will be online on February 01 2004 at 9pm GMT and will offer ADSL deals for Home users, Students and Office's. Bluefresh will sell 512k, 1MB and 2MB ADSL lines.

Jamcamedia will also open up our trade sales of Broadband modems and hubs etc to customers around the UK in a new on line store that will open this February with ADSL modems from 25 inc Vat.

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