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Business broadband provider Easynet Connect has extended an offer which allows firms to cancel their subscription at short notice.

The operator's penalty-free, 30-day notice deal is targeted at managers who are reluctant to make a long-term commitment on their high-speed internet connection.

Easynet Connect's original promotion was due to expire at the end of April, but it has now opted to prolong the offer indefinitely due to high demand.

According to the firm, the UK's economic climate makes the option attractive compared to other operators' contracts, which can run up to 36 months.

Managing Director of Easynet Connect Chris Stening said: "In this climate, businesses all the way up the food chain should be providing this kind of flexibility to their customers as it can go to great lengths in providing extra peace of mind."

The provider's packages run from a fixed-fee 8Mb SDSL or ADSL product to a 40Mb, zero contention connection.

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