British Telecom has repackaged its ISDN/Internet offering for consumers and small business, but without much cost reduction for users. Existing ISDN services cost #99 for installation and #40 monthly rental. The new Home Highway services, available from 15 September, start from #116.33 for installation with #40 rental (including #15 free calls) or #175.08 installation with #27 monthly rental. ISP connection and calls are extra. BT estimates that every household should have digital communications by 2003. But a BT spokesman admitted that he did not expect many of his family members to take up the service.
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