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Businesses and consumers can now take advantage of Avonline's satellite broadband deals for a lower monthly price.

The internet service provider is now offering its 3.6Mb Tooway service, which was launched in July 2009, for just £19.99 per month.

Subscribers are required to pay a one-off £649 fee for hardware and installation, but this can be broken down into a series of smaller instalments.

Craig Roberts, Avonline's Broadband Services Manager, commented: "We are always looking at new ways to make our Tooway Broadband Service more affordable for potential customers.

"This new offer is aimed at those who prefer a lower monthly service charge rather than a reduced initial installation fee."

In related news, rival broadband provider Avanti will soon be offering broadband deals in the UK – its flagship HYLAS 1 satellite is being sent into orbit on November 25th 2010.

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