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Exeter-based ISP Eclipse Internet has cut the cost of hooking up to broadband.

Eclipse is offering a broadband starter pack, including set-up fee, modem and microfilters for £74.99 - a saving of £50.

It also reports that the connection fee for the service will be halved from £50 to £25. Oh, and it's also reduced prices for broadband routers, modems and microfilters by between 30 per cent and 50 per cent.

One more thing - it's also planning to launch a reduced price router starter pack for networks.

A number of other ISPs - including Virgin.net, Demon and One.Tel - have recently announced price cuts to their broadband services. ®

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