50 schools wanted for supanet ADSL trials
£50 a month all-in
Fifty British schools are being offered the chance to take part in an ADSL trial to see how broadband can be used to help teach children. supanet said the three-month trial would enable users to enjoy "high-speed, unmetered access to the internet, and to connect to the latest sophisticated multimedia Web sites and to access streaming audio and video." Yeah right. And it will be top for gamers too. Anyone interested in taking part should check out SupaAdsl.com from Monday. The trial is due to go live from April 10 although schools need to be within the M25 area, or in Manchester, Birmingham and Leeds to stand a chance of geting selected. The trial will cost schools just £50 a month inclusive of all calls and VAT. supanet is already trialling an unmetered narrowband Net access service by paying people £10 to take part. ® Related Stories Supanet pays you to surf The Register Guide to ADSL in Britain
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