The leading lights of the Internet industry were recognised last night at the Internet Service Providers Association's (ISPA's) first industry awards bash.
It was hats off all round to Dixons Freeserve as it won best consumer ISP, while its creator Peter Wilkinson walked away with personality of the year. Meanwhile Freeserve?s own ISP, Planet Online, won best business ISP.
Other accolades went to Easynet for best European ISP, while BTnet won best service supplier. Uunet was voted the best business customer service.
Internet One came away with best consumer customer service, while Microsoft Internet Explorer was awarded the prize for the most useful software.
The judging panel included Roger Till, director of Ecentre UK, Phil Sayer head of telecomms at Reuters and Derek Wyatt Labour MP and chair of the Parliamentary All-Party Internet Group.
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