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An ISP in Lancashire has recruited heavenly bodies to help manage its congregation of business users.

businessserve has recruited a chorus of 20 E-Angels to help its customers see the Net light.

Mere mortals who sign up for the scheme are allotted their own personal E-Angel who becomes their own guardian angel on a range of issues from Web design, technical support or moral guidance.

It means people don’t have to pray to different departments to get answers.

According to businessserve's Arch Angel, Sarah Christopher, one of her group even has a degree in Religious Studies.

Amen. ®

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