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Virgin.net is to pilot a broadband service ahead of a full launch in September.

The service costs £28.49 a month.

Punters signing up to the service will also have to pay a one-off activation fee of £59.

Oh, and £84.99 for a self-install Virgin.net Broadband Starter Kit, which includes a high-speed SpeedTouch modem.

Err, and that's about it really. ®

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