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Sheffield-based ISP, PlusNet, has confirmed that the price of its single-user DSL service will cost from £22.99 a month.

This price is based on an annual contract and users also have to pay £58.75 to activate the service.

It's also offering punters the chance to reduce the cost of their service still further by joining PlusNet's referral scheme.

Several hundred people have already joined the scheme and, depending on which service they've promoted to others, get a slice off their monthly bill.

Elsewhere, Buckinghamshire-based Nildram, has said its entry-level wires only Home500 Lite service will cost £25.99 a month.

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