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June 25, 2009

MacAce wins MacWorld award

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by David Allen

The Mac friendly internet service provider, MacAce, has been rewarded for its services to Mac users by being awarded a prize at the latest MacWorld awards.

MacAce was named ‘Best Mac Friendly Internet Service Provider’ at the glitzy award ceremony held at the Honourable Artillery Company in central London.

The firm has been given the award in recognition of the relevance of its product for Mac users, beating some serious competition such as, Sky Broadband, Talk Talk, O2, Virgin Media and Zen Internet.

MacAce has recently introduced an up-to-24 Mbps ADSL2+ broadband service that offers customers free broadband during the times when the network is at its quietest.

This process has come about through the ISP’s attempts to balance its network traffic.

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