BT Openworld is to marginally reduce the cost of its unmetered dial-up service BT Openworld Anytime. P>The "promotion" will run from now until the end of July.
Subscribers get ten email addresses, 50mb of web space and instant messaging.
Duncan Ingram, senior vice president of BT Openworld, said: "Introducing promotions shows our commitment to getting the UK online. The aim of this promotion is to encourage those people who still haven't made that decision to get connected."
Interested customers can go to www.btopenworld.com and click on the Anytime offer button to sign up, or join via the Lycos and Yahoo websites.
The service is only available through a BT telephone line.
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