Internet service provider (ISP) i-way has announced it is to get out of the consumer market.
It blames competition for the move, saying that access fees are too low for it to be able to afford to support its home users. "To compound the problem still further, Microsoft does not provide free support for its networking products. In effect we have become Microsoft's support desk," said Glen Rothwell, i-way managing director. I-way will continue supporting its existing home users.
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