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Nildram - part of Pipex Communications - has cut the cost of SDSL in a bid to stimulate the take-up of the business broadband product.

So far, the take-up of Symmetric Digital Subscriber Line (SDSL) - which is aimed at SMEs that need to send (as well as receive) large amounts of data - has been patchy. Nildram hopes that its decision to cut the monthly cost of its SDSL products by up to 29 per cent will help encourage businesses invest in SDSL.

As an added incentive, for a limited period of time Nildram is also waiving the set-up fee for its 1Mbps and 2Mbps SDSL services - a saving of £475. Said Nildram's Andy Taylor: "With SDSL now becoming more widely available and increased interest amongst the business community in the technology, we are pleased to be able to make substantial reductions in price at this time." ®

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