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October 3, 2008

Eclipse offer 24 Mbps broadband


by David Allen

Eclipse internet has launched a new range of broadband packages for the home and for businesses that offer an up to 24 Mbps with a starting price of £7.95 per month for the first three months.

    Home Lite: £7.95 including 2 GB usage allowance, 50Mb of web space and 10 email addresses – perfect for single users.
    Home Select: £12.95 including free connection and router, 10GB usage allowance, 100 Mb of web space, 10 email addresses and PC backup – ideal for families and frequent users.
    Home Pro: £21.95 including free connection and wireless router, 50GB usage allowance with free unlimited overnight usage, one TalkMore telephone service, PC backup and your own domain name with ten email addresses and 100 Mb of web space – designed for multiple and professional power users.
    Home Office – £14.95 including 3 GB usage allowance, one email address and one TalkMore service.
    Business 20 – £19.95 including 20GB usage allowance, 250MB webspace, unlimited email addresses and a domain name, one TalkMore service and one Hosted Sharepoint license.
    Business 50 – £29.95 including 50GB usage allowance, 250MB webspace, unlimited email addresses and a domain name, one TalkMore service, five Hosted Sharepoint licenses, Data Backup and two Hosted Exchange licenses.
    Business Unlimited – £49.95 including all the benefits of Eclipse Business 50, plus unlimited downloads, ten Hosted Sharepoint and five Hosted Exchange licenses as well as two domain names.

These packages will help all users to find the package that suits their demands for either the home or business.

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