Netgames UK, an internet service provider aimed at online gamers, officially launches its unmetered internet access service tomorrow.
The service, which offers 24 x 7 web access for £25 per month with no call charges, goes live following a free 0800 beta testing program which began in November last year.
Netgames UK, which will initially limit sign-up to 2500 customers, allows users to take part in multi-player games such as Quake3 Arena. Users can register for the service at http://signup.nguk.net.
The company said that by 15 February the service will have 252 dedicated servers located in Cable & Wireless' Swindon datacentre, ensuring that it can meet and exceed the level of service demanded by gamers.
Andy Jones, Netgames UK's managing director, said: "The 0800 beta test program that we originally launched in the UK leading up to Christmas was an incredible success. With our armada of the UK's best games servers, no other gaming service can touch us."
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