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CLEAR Net Announces New Pricing Deals

CLEAR Net announced today a drop in price for its flat rate Internet package for businesses to $24.95 per month.

The new deal includes enhanced email services, three free months of domain name hosting and a free PaySafe Starter Pack for online credit card authorisations.

The move is in response to market demand for integrated business solutions and is driven by price decreases by other ISPs in the past few weeks. A similar package is also available to CLEAR Net's residential customers.

Business unit manager Drew Gilpin says the new packages offer the best value for money in the dial-up Internet access market. Other ISPs are still charging for simple Internet access, he says, but CLEAR Net offers a range of advanced products for the monthly fee.

The business package includes:

 24 hour, seven day helpdesk assistance
 * web-based email
 * Free 5Mb web hosting
 * 10 email addresses * global roaming
 * advanced mail forwarding
 * vacation/out-of-office messaging * spam-blocking
 * email to Vodafone mobile gateway
 * three months' domain name hosting
 * and the PaySafe ecommerce starter pack.

ENDS

For further information contact Rochelle Lockley Communications Manager - Commercial CLEAR Communications Ph: (09) 912 4104 Office Ph: (021) 763 784 Mobile


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