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Nildram, the Aylesbury ISP, has cut ADSL connection fees to £29 per month plus VAT, helpfully pointing out that this is a saving of £140 a year over the previous tariff.

Installation still costs £50 and there's a 12-month contract period for the service which is based upon the Home500 Wires Only ADSL service.

The company says that Home500A is intended for
consumer use, with a contention ratio of up to 50:1, a download speed of up to 500kbps and an upload speed of up to 256kbps. In other words, there are faster ADSL services around, but few cheaper.

Nildram is the 'preferred bandwidth supplier' of Jolt, a popular Games ISP service for lovers of massively multiplayer games. ®

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