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November 20, 2008

Warrington to get 50 Mbps


by David Allen

For two hundred lucky households in Warrington, super fast broadband that can reach a speed of 50 Mbps is being trialled by Virgin Media.

It is unknown as to why the product is limited to two hundred, but it is believed that there are other trials planned which will use the same figure.

The Virgin Media XXL service has become known as one the most talked about broadband services around, yet it is still limited to small areas at a time where customers have to be invited by Virgin Media to join.

Because this is being trialled, as of yet there are no indications as to what the prices are likely to be, or more importantly when this service is going to be made available to all of the customers of Virgin Media.

Customers who decide to give this service a go will be given a free modem and upgrade, but in return will be required to fill in a survey form every now and then.

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