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BT Retail is to flog 24/7 unmetered dial-up Net access direct to its punters as part of an extension of its BT Together range of products.

The service will be introduced from August 1 and costs £17.00 a month. This fee is on top of the cost of the BT Together service (which provides various unlimited call packages for a fixed monthly fee) with prices starting at £11.50 a month.

Punters signing up to the 24/7 Internet service will be charged for their Net access via their phone bill, making it more convenient for people who want their telecoms services bundled onto one bill.

Up until now BT Together has only given people the option to take-on off-peak unmetered Internet services chargeable through a single bill.

24/7 unmetered Internet access from BTopenworld - BT's mass market ISP - is slightly cheaper and costs £15.99 a month with payment made using a credit card. ®

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