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February 2, 2009

Opal offer business broadband for just £10


by David Allen

The business broadband provider, Opal, which is part of the Carphone Warehouse group, has introduced a broadband service for businesses that will only cost £10 per month.

This product will be directed towards around a quarter of the small and medium sized businesses in the UK.

Based on the company’s claims, new customers could be saving something in the region of fifty eight per cent when compared with a similar BT service.

Opal currently has an estimated 100,000 customers and with this offer, it is expecting to increase its market share.

The company has invested some £200 million on network improvements, which covers approximately eighty per cent of the UK.

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