BT Slashes SDSL Cost for SBs

BT slashes cost of ultra high-speed Internet for small businesses

August 19, 2004

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LONDON -- BT has cut the cost of its Business Broadband Advanced service in its continuing drive to offer small businesses the tools they need to take advantage of the internet.

Companies subscribing to the new high speed SDSL (Symmetrical Digital Subscriber Line) service before October 20, 2004 can take advantage of reduced installation charges, cutting the set-up cost by £245.

Business Broadband Advanced is specifically designed for smaller businesses that send large amounts of information digitally. It allows companies to send data at the same speed as they receive it, at up to eight times the speed of standard broadband. This makes it ideally suited to businesses such as designers, printers, architects, lawyers and accountants.

“Small businesses are becoming increasingly data hungry, and sending much larger files over the internet, both internally and externally,” said Chris Lindsay, manager, new broadband propositions. “To do this effectively, they need higher bandwidth, which is exactly what we can now offer them with Business Broadband Advanced. This latest offer slashes the set-up costs for businesses, making the technology an even more compelling proposition.”

BT Group plc

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