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Griffin Internet is celebrating after being named service provider of the year at the Comms National Awards (CNAs).

The company, which was established in 1993 and offers both software and general IT services, beat off competition from four other firms to win the award at the Park Lane Hilton event in London.

It is the fourth award win of the year for the company, which was also voted top business broadband provider by an independent survey in June.

John Dawson, Managing Director of Griffin Internet, said the company was "delighted" to take home the prize.

He added: "I would like to thank every reseller that nominated Griffin and all of our staff for their passion, integrity, enthusiasm and hard work."

Details of the win came after 3 revealed that it was given the best mobile broadband package prize at the Mobile Choice Consumer Awards.

The winning bundle includes a Samsung N130 netbook and a 15GB data allowance for £25 a month.

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