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PC manufacturer Fujitsu has jumped into bed with BT to provide punters with an "everything you need" Internet package for just 90p a day. The offer includes a Fujitsu PC delivered and installed at the customer's home plus subscription to BT Internet and unlimited 0800 Internet access at weekends. The Fujitsu multimedia PC on offer is fitted with an Intel Celeron 400 MHz Processor, 64 MB SDRAM, 4.3 GB hard drive, 40x speed CD-ROM and comes with a 15-inch digital colour monitor. The cost of the BT Internet PC offer has been set at £25.99 (inc VAT) a month -- or £935.64 (inc VAT) over three years. Punters feeling flush and who are prepared to pay up front can have the same package for £751.50 (inc VAT). John Swingewood, director, BT Internet & Multimedia Services, said: "Our research shows that the main barriers for people wanting to get onto the Internet are choosing a PC, configuration, navigation and call charges. "This package addresses all of those concerns for less than 90 pence a day," he said. ® Tune into Cash Register and turn on to our daily Net Finance News

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