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Internet service provider (ISP) Rural Broadband has unveiled its pricing structure for delivering web access to the UK countryside.

The ISP, which will provide broadband deals using Avanti Communications' HYLAS 1 satellite, will offer 10Mb internet services from April 20th.

Households and businesses looking to use satellite broadband services will be required to pay a one-off installation fee of £599 and then a monthly subscription fee.

The cheapest broadband package is priced at £14.40 per month for access to 0.5Mb download and 0.12 upload speeds with a 3GB usage allowance.

For £24, customers can access 1Mb downloads with a 5GB data allowance, while a 2Mb/6GB broadband deal is available for £33.60 per month.

Higher tier packages in the Rural Broadband Consumer range offer 4Mb downloads with an 8GB usage allowance for £47.40 per month and 8Mb/10GB for £59.40 per month.

HYLAS 1 successfully launched into orbit in November 2010, increasing the satellite broadband options available to UK homes and businesses.

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