Demon Internet launches Assured Rate Broadband Packages

Monday, November 8th 2010

One of the emerging business and home broadband service provider operating in the United Kingdom, Demon Internet UK has launched a fresh range of Assured Rate broadband speed packages that promise the delivery of a minimum data download speed at any time of day or night. 



Another aspect of the assured rate broadband packages is its delivering a minimum speed even during peak usage periods.



Prices of the new packages flaunted by Demon Internet start at GBP 30 per month plus VAT for the baseline Assured Rate 12 month contract package that offers up to 20Mbps download speeds, 1Mbps upload speed, UK-based technical back-up, no restrictions of Fair Usage, prioritised business traffic and a 24 hour enhanced SLA or 48 hour SLA.



The premier broadband assured rate package of Demon Internet offers the customers the choice of selecting exactly the assured download speed bandwidth liked by them. This can be anything from 256Kbps, 512Kbps, 1Mbps and 2Mbps. Although, this seems a bit on the pricier side, an ssured rate deal can be pretty valuable for business consumers in the modern world.



Head of Demon Internet, Matt Cantell said that businesses should not just be seeking services that gave them fast broadband speeds, but services, which gave them the required speeds during peak internet usage periods.


 


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