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Zen First ISP to Respond to Ethernet Price Cut
Tuesday 07 August 2001 21:00:00 by Andrew Ferguson

Zen has announced that they plan to pass on the BTwholesale price cuts in the Ethernet product range onto end-users in full.

The price change will take effect from 1st September 2001, giving ethernet users a saving of £60/year.

Ian Buckley from Zen posted the following in the forums New and existing customers will be charged £105, £145, and £185 respectively for the 512Kbps, 1Mbps and 2Mbps multi-user (ethernet) ADSL services from 1st September 2001, dependent on the next renewal date. This makes Zen Internet's service at least £14.97 per quarter cheaper than the BT Openworld equivalent ADSL multi-user offering with static IP addresses.

Time will tell whether other ISP's will follow suit.

#2 07/08/01 19:42 Plusnet has announced reduction


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