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September 19, 2008

Virgin also offers unlimited access


by David Allen

Following the announcement from BSkyB that they are to drop the fair usage policy from the Sky Max broadband package, Virgin Media has hit back at their claims that they are only ISP who offer a truly unlimited broadband service.

Virgin Media are saying that they too believe that internet users should be allowed to enjoy as much broadband as they want, and to this end all of their broadband packages on both cable and ADSL are unlimited and have never had a fair usage policy on any of their packages.

Furthermore, Virgin Media also lay claim to being the first internet service provider to offer unlimited broadband packages.

That may be so, but all ISPs will impose restrictions on their subscribers if they were considered to be abusing the system.

The war of words is bound to continue for some time to come.

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