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The Register is coming to the rescue of thousands of disillusioned AltaVista subscribers by offering its very own unbeatable package (subject to terms and conditions). The SpinolaVista™ service will go live at the end of September (subject to availability).

The SpinolaVista™ promise

For just £60 a year, we pledge (subject to terms and conditions) to provide:

  • 25/7 unmetered Internet access

  • No restrictions on download size

  • No compulsory cut off period

  • 200GB of free Web space

  • Free ADSL installation

  • Free PC

  • A date with HRH Prince William or HRH Prince Edward (depending on personal preference)

  • A new car

  • Soaraway holiday for two in Antigua

  • Mortgage and credit cards paid off in full

  • Lifetime subscription to Reader's Digest

  • A Register T-shirt

  • A cheque for £2 million

Don't delay! Sign up today!

Terms and conditions

SpinolaVista™ (Cayman Islands) reserves the right to decline applications from the following:

  • Canadian nationals

  • Small, furry aquatic mammals

  • EU passport holders

  • Larry Ellison

  • Any person under the age of 250 years

Should the service not go live on the advertised date, we pledge to blame someone else

SpinolaVista™ - our motto is Show us the money ®

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