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Virgin Net is to trial 24/7 unmetered Net access for a flat fee of £15 a month, the company said today. Called Stop-The-Clock, the service is to be offered to 10,000 existing Virgin Net subscribers. If you're a Virgin Net user, expect to be contacted within the next couple of days - or not, as the case may be. The package features no call connection charges, no Internet call charges, no bills, no set-up forms and no hidden costs, sad Virgin Net. In a statement Alex Heath, Virgin Net MD, said: "We will deliver free Internet access 24/7 with a single flat-rate monthly fee with no hidden costs. "We are extremely confident that this package will deliver a commercially profitable, high quality and consumer friendly Internet package," he said. Well, that is nice, isn't it? ®

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