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The UK's Internet trade group - ISPA - has announced the finalists for its annual industry awards.

Of course, while those in the industry are on tenterhooks to find out who is the "best ISP", the "serious" awards have been eclipsed by the now infamous gong for the "Internet Villain" award.

Last month, ISPA named Net-savvy MP Derek Wyatt, as one of those up for the title, along with the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA), the Broadband Stakeholders' Group, the Home Office and Verisign.

Anyhow, for those keen to brag "my ISP's better than yours", here's a selection of categories and nominees.

Best Unmetered Dial-up ISP

Blueyonder from Telewest Broadband
BT Openworld
Freeserve
Kingston Communications
One.Tel
Totalise

Best Metered Dial-up ISP

Easynet
Freeserve
Inspiron
Tiscali
V21
ViaNetworks

Best Business Broadband ISP

Claranet
Datanet International
Easynet
Mailbox Internet
Mistral
Netscalibur

Best Consumer Broadband ISP

Blueyonder from Telewest Broadband
Bulldog Communications
Freeserve
Pipex
Tiscali
UK Online

The winners of all awards will be announced at a ceremony to be held in London on February 19.

A full list of all the categories and nominees can be found at www.ispaawards.org.uk.

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