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Tiny Online, the ISP and e-tailing arm of the PC manufacturer, has finally published the fees for its new unmetered Internet access service a month confirming it would be offering a flat-fee service. 24/7 unmetered Net access will set punters back £25.99 a month, while off-peak unmetered access will cost £6.99 a month. TinyConnect will be available from 9 May. Like other telephony models, Net users will have to switch their voice and Internet calls through a dialler box, which is provided free of charge. Subscribers to the £6.99 service will need to spend a minimum of £10 a month on voice calls although 24/7 users will be excused this condition. TinyConnect will be run by TeleCentric Solutions (TCS), which is jointly owned by Affinity Internet Holdings and PowerGen. Cable and Wireless will provide the telecommunications network. ® Related Story Tiny Online touts 24/7 Net for 'less than £30' per month

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