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Evesham.com, the UK system builder, has introduced an internet access service for its small business customers.

On offer are flat fee, metered and ADSL packages, with prices ranging from £10 to £55 per month.
It's sweetening the offer with a portal, called e2binternet.com. The service is pre-loaded on all Evesham business PCs. The company is also touting the service to its existing SME user base by email.

Doing all the donkey work is Affinity Internet, the UK's biggest supplier of Virtual ISP services. We can expect to see the small business portal/access service rolled out to other companies in due course. ®

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