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Telewest has launched its 2Mb broadband service following a trial of 1,500 of its blueyonder punters.

The service costs from £50 a month.

Said Chad Raube, director of Internet services at Telewest Broadband: "While BT and other major ADSL providers offer a one-size-fits-all service, we recognise people have different needs and provide a menu of cable services to suit.

The cableco claims eight out of ten of its 2Mb triallists said the service had met or exceeded their expectations.

The trial caused a stampede in March among punters eager to get their hands on the service. ®

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