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Eclipse Internet has backed new plans outlined by Martha Lane Fox to get everybody of working age in the UK online in the next few years.

Clodagh Murphy, director of the broadband provider, said the target of getting ten million people onto the internet was "ambitious" but would offer a number of benefits to the economy.

She added that the key part of the new Manifesto for a Networked Nation is understanding how the target can be reached and how small businesses can also benefit.

"As a small business provider, this potential in the market is hugely exciting - with impressive results," she explained.

"By helping bridge the digital divide, Eclipse Internet can help the UK economy and help small businesses." is now an official partner of Race Online 2012, the initiative launched by Ms Lane Fox to support the plans to get every UK citizen online by the year of the London Olympics.

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