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Business broadband offer launched by Eclipse Internet

Wednesday, April 21st 2010
Eclipse has launched a new offer for business broadband users.
Business broadband offer launched by Eclipse Internet
Leading broadband provider Eclipse Internet has launched a special offer on one of its flagship business broadband products.

Anyone who signs up to the Eclipse Fibre or Eclipse Fibre Pro service before May 1st will not have to pay the usual installation fee of £75.

The super-fast services both offer download speeds of up to 40Mbps and come with a guaranteed throughput of 12Mbps.

For the Eclipse Fibre option, which costs £39.95 per month and allows 50GB usage in peak hours, a free vDSL modem is included and upload speeds are said to go up to 2Mbps.

Alternatively, the Eclipse Fibre Pro offers upload speeds of up to 10Mbps and comes with an enhanced usage limit of 60Mbps during peak hours.

Both products promise unlimited usage between the hours of 23:00 and 09:00 BST.

Eclipse Internet boasts a UK-based support centre that solves 70 per cent of problems at first point of contact, with no international call transfers and no hours spent listening to on hold music.

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