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B2B ISP Business Serve is offering 500 punters a "no obligation free 30-Day ADSL trial" in a bid to attract customers.

The gratis trial is open to any business which orders a 20:1 ADSL product from Business Serve's Broadband for Business service. And at the end of the 30-day trial period, punters can either carry on or walk away.

Unfortunately, no one from Business Serve - which has offices in Lancaster and Manchester - was available for a chat about the offer. However, when we called to see if there was any promo offers left, we were told that there were still a "few available". Of course, that could be a few dozen - or a few hundred.

Anyhow, if this floats your boat check out their Web site here to find out more. ®

Update
Don't panic! Just had a call from Business Serve to say that so far 150 businesses have taken up the offer. Which leaves 350 places left of the promo. Phew!

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