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Consumers signing up for broadband services with UK internet service provider (ISP) Vispa can now take advantage of a new money-saving offer.

The firm has added to the appeal of its residential and business broadband products by waiving the installation fee on its range of broadband deals this month.

With fibre-to-the-cabinet (FTTC) set-up costs amounting to £75, this looks like a particularly attractive saving for new broadband subscribers.

According to, the Cheshire-based ISP is running the promotion all this month, meaning consumers have until November 30th to take advantage of the deal.

Vispa's FTTC broadband deals are available from a monthly fee of £24.59, for which customers receive a 25GB usage allowance.

Download speeds of up to 40Mb and uploads of 10Mb are currently achievable on the ISP's FTTC Home 25GB broadband packages, which are delivered on a wholesale basis over BT's network infrastructure.

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