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Tiny Online is to scrap its existing Net access packages after just two months for an unlimited service for £14.99 per month.

From April 1 the ISP will offer the "T:Surf Plus" FRIACO (Flat Rate Internet Access Call Origination) service to UK punters. The company is buying the FRIACO service direct from BT.

The offer replaces Tiny Online's two existing offers, T:Surf Plus 600, with 600 minutes online offpeak for £4.99 a month, and T:Surf 1000, with 1000 minutes anytime for a monthly fee of £9.99.

Tiny's price is slightly higher than rival Freeserve's Anytime, which costs £12.99 per month, and is the same price as flat rate services from AOL and Breathe.

The ISP says it currently has around 650,000 users. ®

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