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UPDATED: 150GB a month cap

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Bucks-based Nildram has launched a trial for higher speed broadband services which it claims should prove popular with speed-hungry ADSL users.

Nildram dslXtra1000 and Nildram dslXtra2000 both share the same 256k upload speed and 50:1 maximum contention ratio, but boast 1Mbps and 2Mbps download speeds.

The 1Mbps dslXtra1000 service costs £39.99 a month, while the 2Mbps dslXtra2000 costs £63.99 a month. The activation fee for both products is £64.63. Minimum contract is 12 months. All prices are inclusive of VAT.

However, anyone considering signing up the service should note that there is a 150GB a month cap on the service.

The ISP introduced the new products following feedback from its customers and reckons the trial will prove "extremely popular" with its "power" users. ®

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