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February 5, 2009

Dedicated ISP for Mac Users


by David Allen

In a move to please Mac users, the internet service provider MacAce will be offering its service in the UK for the first time.

This dedicated service for users of Macs will offer connection speeds of up to 24 Mbps using an ADSL2+ BT line.

For customers who have access to this type of the line the service will be available immediately.

Under the upgrading work that BT is currently doing, a hundred and forty five exchanges have been upgraded to ADSL2+. However this is a three year programme and more exchanges are being enabled.

There are various packages available, starting at £19.39 per month for basic MacAce ADSL2+ broadband service.

Customers can choose a package which includes broadband, line rental and phone calls from £30.99 per month.

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