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October 3, 2008

Orange plan free business broadband


by David Allen

Orange has been busy reshaping their broadband packages and they have not forgotten their business customers.

Although there has not been any specific date set, Orange intends to offer a free broadband service to small business customers.

Basically, the service will be similar to home broadband packages already announced earlier in the week, which is a connection speed of up to 8 Mbps with unlimited usage, but having said that, they will have fair usage policy in place to prevent some users from going over the top.

The specifics of the deal are expected to be announced later on in the month, although there is talk of there being free business grade customer support and managed installation.

Although Orange has been working hard to bring their network up to speed with the competition, their average connection speeds for the up to 8 Mbps band is 3 Mbps.

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