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The nominees for the UK's Best Consumer ISP have been confirmed by the UK Internet Service Providers Association (ISPA).

This year's shortlist was once again dominated by providers from the UK's big six: BT, Orange, PlusNet, Tiscali, Virgin Media and junior provider Vispa.

Elsewhere, Vodafone and T-Mobile are in the running for the Best Wireless ISP, while best consumer broadband category will be contested by Virgin Media, Entanet, Newnet, Seriously Internet, and Waitrose.

The ISPA founded the awards on the basis in 1999 with a view to "celebrate innovation and best practice" in the UK internet sector.

A statement from the ISPA said: "Each year the event changes to reflect changes in the sector and to represent the ever broadening nature of the service provider sector."

The awards will be judged by a panel of industry figures including Jaap Favier, research director and vice president of Forrester, and John Fisher, chairman of Citizens Online.

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