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TalkTalk's new business broadband package could appeal to firms hoping to slash budgets during the current economic downturn.

A new service, delivered by the provider's business-to-business arm Opal will be charged at only £10 per month, reports Computer Weekly.

Speeds of up to 24Mb are on offer, for a price which is said to be as much as 58 per cent less expensive than a similar cheap broadband package from BT.

"For the first time we think there is a small business-grade product that we can go out with at a low price," Paul Lawton, Opal managing director, told the IT magazine.

He went on: "This is a building block and once you get good connectivity you can do other things on top."

Opal currently boasts customer base of over 100,000, many of which are businesses or work in the public sector.

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