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Pricing changes have been announced by internet service provider Seethelight, which is to slash the cost of its ultrafast broadband deals.

The changes will take effect from January 15th 2013 and will affect every single customer of the organisation, which offers up to 200Mb Fibre-to-the-Home broadband in many areas of the UK through Independent Fibre Networks Limited.

Those benefitting from higher speeds are set to see prices fall, with customers on the 100Mb deal seeing the monthly price fall from £39.31 to £25, while people receiving the 200Mb package will only pay £39 - less than half the £80.61 they are currently charged.

Not every customer will benefit from the price changes, however, as bills are set to rise for those on the 25Mb and 50Mb broadband deals.

The monthly cost of the 25Mb package is set to increase from £18.37 to £22 and the 50Mb option will rise from £8.68 to £10 a month.

Standard line rental will also rise from £12.78 to £14.50 per month for all customers, though it will now feature free evening and weekend calls, with the option to add anytime calls for £5 a month.

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