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After putting back the launch date, Vispa is ready to offer its 24Mb home broadband service in the UK.

A price of £12.99 per month has been put on a basic package which is subject to a 1GB data cap.

There is then a rising price structure according to the data allowance of each deal – a 3GB cap is charged at £15.99 per month, 15GB is available at £23.99, 30GB at £32.99 and a whopping 60GB will cost £51.99.

Assessing one of the newest broadband packages on the market, ISPReview commented: "The new services certainly aren't among the cheapest we've seen, although Vispa has a tendency to focus on quality and services first.

"To date very few BT-based ISPs have introduced 'up to' 24Mbps ADSL2+ products due to their delayed coverage/rollout and or lack of a managed WBC solution, though more are expected to follow before next summer."

For overnight home workers and habitual night owls, unlimited overnight usage will be offered on all packages from midnight to 7.59am.

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