Eclipse launches pay-as-you-go broadband

Eclipse launches pay-as-you-go broadband



May 16, 2016

Eclipse Internet has launched a new, pay-as-you-go broadband service, which users can customise to suit their needs.

A user control panel allows customers to set the priority their broadband connection gives to applications such as email, gaming or simply surfing the net.

The service caters for consumers, with packages starting from £9.95 a month, while business packages are also available from £16.95 per month.

The packages set inclusive usage limits, so customers only pay for what they use.

This allows Eclipse to offer faster speeds than those provided by unlimited services.

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