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A fixed Wi-Fi broadband provider in the Isle of Man is giving its customers the option to remove their data allowance cap, for a price.

Wi-Manx now offers the choice when subscribers are paying their bill by debit or credit card, direct debit, or by requesting the removal, which will be done by the next day, reports ISPreview.

The Fixed Wireless Access (FWA) provider is also offering customers a free connection when they take out a free contract.

While some Isle of Man residents get broadband via remote services such as satellite, many enjoy reliable connections via fibre-optic cables under the sea from the UK.

Manx Telecom, the main ISP on the Irish Sea island which is home to over 80,000 residents, was one of the first ISPs to operate a 3G network in 2001.

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