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Internet service provider ICUK has launched a new ADSL broadband package aimed at commercial and residential home users.

The unbundled broadband service is based on ADSL 2+ technology and is specifically targeted at consumers who download frequently, reports.

Priced at £25 per month including VAT, the service offers speeds of up to 16Mb and downloads of up to 1.3Mb.

Customers who opt for a one-month contract will have to pay a £40 one-off migration or activation charge, plus VAT. However, those who sign up for 12 months will get free migration or activation.

ICUK is not offering port throttling or traffic shaping with the package, but users will have access to five free email addresses and will be able to download emails via POP3 or Webmail.

They will also get an SMTP server for sending emails, an advanced online control panel and free email spam and virus filtering.

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