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Freedom2surf ups to 50GB cap !



 
 
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Old February 10th 05, 06:20 PM posted to uk.telecom.broadband
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Default Freedom2surf ups to 50GB cap !

Wednesday 09 February 2005, 11:15:41
United Kingdom
Written by Net 4 Nowt

Whilst not an unlimited bandwidth package, Freedom2Surf
(www.freedom2surf.net), has today launched Connect Plus, a 2mb
broadband package with a 50gb capacity allowance. Freedom2Surf has also
doubled the monthly capacity allowance of its Connect broadband
packages.

Freedom2Surf Connect packages, which all have connection speeds up
to 2mb, are now available for 14.99, with a 2gb cap (previously 1gb)
and for 19.99 with a 10gb cap (previously 5gb), and for 24.99 with
a 50gb cap.

As an added bonus to existing Freedom2Surf customers wishing to
take advantage of these new broadband packages, Freedom2Surf are
offering free re-grades until March 31 2005. This means that current
Freedom2Surf customers who have previously paid the activation fee or
have been with f2s for over 12 months can switch to new packages for
free.

Chris Panayis, managing director of Freedom2Surf, commented:
"More and more people are beginning to use the internet to watch
video and download music and Freedom2Surf want to provide customers
with a choice of affordable packages that allow people the flexibility
to do more with broadband. The fact that all our Connect packages have
connection speeds up to 2mb means that this is very much a reality for
our customers."

"BT's recent announcement has allowed Freedom2Surf to make
these changes, and we will be provisioning broadband using IPStream,
Datastream and LLU, depending on whichever technology is best for
customers in their particular location".

Freedom2Surf customers can monitor the level of data usage through
the members area on the Freedom2Surf website. They also have the option
of purchasing an extra 1GB traffic allowance for just 1.50 per month,
allowing users extra capacity to download a movie or a large programme,
for example. Both packages include 20 email addresses and 50mb of
webspace.

For further information on the Freedom2Surf Connect family of
internet services please visit www.freedom2surf.net/adsl

 




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