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e3 has arrived! Pronounced "e cubed," the new Internet Service Provider (ISP) targets those existing Internet users currently paying at least $20 to $40 a month and the growing group of dissatisfied "free" Internet customers increasingly irritated by poor service.

Managed by Virtual ISP Ltd, the new ISP brings together all the top ranged services offered by the major players such as Xtra and Clear, for just $10 a month.

"We believe the market has levelled to a point whereby customers are willing to pay $10 a month for full, unrestricted Internet access that provides an excellent and guaranteed service," says Virtual ISP managing director Michael Spencer.

"Our new ISP, accessible on line through offers the following services without any of the drawbacks associated with the free connections such as time limits and access problems."

"The services include bandwidth, port ratio, guaranteed connection and web space, e-mail and news groups.

"We are not a free ISP, therefore our services are not limited or cut back during peak usage times and we provide enough bandwidth for even the most avid game player to be content.

"This, along with our e-mail and news group services ensure our customers receive all the benefits of the Internet, at the right market price."

e3 supplies each new customer with a dial up POP account, accessible through any e-mail programme such as Microsoft Outlook Express, Eudora, Netscape and Mailstart and News Groups. And nzoom is providing all content.

Service and price conscious surfers, annoyed at the frequent delays and access issues associated with the free ISPs now have a fantastic service and a realistic price tag of just $10 per month.

For more details contact: or telephone Virtual ISP on 09 306 6310.

Virtual ISP is an established Internet service provider across to market leaders such as Walker Wireless and leads the business to business market with its on line automotive parts ordering site,


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