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Eclipse Internet has confirmed that it is to pass on wholesale price cuts announced by BT yesterday.

It's cutting the cost of services for SMEs in line with cuts announced by BT, which will see price of its ADSL Connect 500, 1000 and 2000 services reduced by almost half.

The price of its ADSL 1000 service falls from £95 to £52 a month while the fee for its ADSL Connect 2000 Services has been cut to £82 from £140 a month.

It has also cut the cost of its ADSL Connect 500 Lite from £22.75 to £20.38.

This permanent price reduction will come into effect from 1 May 2003.

Elsewhere, PlusNet has also confirmed that it will cut the cost of its ADSL service from May 1 with its monthly fee for it's ADSL Home Surf - PlusNet's entry level home Broadband ADSL product - cut from £19.99 to £18.99.

Separately, Zen Internet said it is ditching activation charges across its range of ADSL services until the end of April.

As part of the promo it is also reducing the price of the Thomson SpeedTouch 330 modem to £50.

The ISP said it would make further announcements over the coming weeks concerning BT's latest round of wholesale price cuts for ADSL, which "Zen will be fully reflecting to provide the maximum possible savings and benefits for customers," it said. ®

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