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June 5, 2009

SurfAnyTime offers 24 Mbps


by David Allen

Home and business broadband users will be able to take advantage of a new up-to-24 Mbps ADSL2+ service being launched by the internet service provider SurfAnyTime.

This will be of particular interest to heavy users as the firm is claiming that the service is truly unlimited, by which they mean it is unmetered and unthrottled, allowing users to effectively use as much internet as they can handle.

The SurfAnyTime packages include a twelve month contract with no installation or migration fee for £24.99 per month.

Alternatively, for those users who do not want to commit to a long term contract, there is a one month rolling contract, but customer signing up for this will be required to pay a £49.99 installation fee and a £49.99 migration fee too.

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