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Internet service provider (ISP) MacAce has received recognition at the MacWorld Awards for the relevance of its product to Mac users.

Nominated alongside heavyweights such as Sky Broadband, Talk Talk, O2, Virgin Media and Zen Internet, MacAce walked away with the Best Mac-friendly ISP prize at the ceremony at the Honourable Artillery Company in central London.

"I'm delighted that our hard work in the quality of our customer experience in areas such as technical support, speed and reliability has been rewarded with such prestigious recognition," commented MacAce CEO Gary Hall.

"As it's voted for by the readers, this shows how highly our internet services are valued by our customers."

MacAce recently launched a 24Mb ADSL2+ broadband product which provides customers with free internet usage in the hours when the network is least busy.

This forms part of an attempt by the company to balance network traffic.

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