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Pipex - which has more than 50,000 broadband punters - has announced a brace of offers designed to tempt Net users to sign up to its service.

The first promo is aimed at new broadband users and will set them back £23.44 for line activation plus a free Alcatel SpeedTouch 330 USB modem and two microfilters. Pipex's broadband service costs around £23 a month.

For punters who already have a modem, Pipex is offering its standard Xtreme Solo ADSL product with free activation - a saving of £59. Pipex is also throwing in a month's subscription for free, worth £23.

For more info check out Pipex here.

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