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DishnetDSL launches two new broadband schemes

25-January-2001
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DishnetDSL launches two new broadband schemes

DishnetDSL Limited has launched two new broadband plans - `Easy Try' and `Cyber Student' - for providing high speed Internet access to Indian homes and students at affordable rates with its `Spice in Ice' offer. It will use digital subscriber line (DSL) technology that does not utilise the telephone network for Net access.

Easy Try is meant for homes and small businesses with a low entry price of Rs 9,990. After experiencing the advantages of broadband connectivity for six months, the subscriber can choose to continue by paying the balance installation charges spread over the next six months. Cyber Student offer is available at an entry price of Rs 6,990.

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