A UK company offering broadband for just £12.99 per month is already approaching full capacity.
FreeDial limited the initial offer to 1,000 subscribers and the rest will be placed on a waiting list when the service expands in November.
The company said that its broadband service is a subsidised product, and that it aims to establish a strong customer base and improve sales in its other premium products.
According to FreeDial's managing director John Nicholas, the scheme has been successful and has seen orders for the company's premium service triple.
Under the subsidised scheme customers must buy their modem equipment from FreeDial at a cost of £88. There is also an £80 connection fee.
The company is one of the first UK providers to offer broadband for under £20 per month.
BT, from which all internet service providers rent asymmetric digital subscriber lines, insists that it is impossible to offer a profitable broadband service for less than £27 per month.
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