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Bulldog bites at broadband

Antony Savvas

Bulldog Communications is launching the UK’s first 4mbps broadband service combined with voice calls.

Priced from just £40 a month, this "double-play" service is available to users in most central London areas. With a combined phone line and phone calls, users who currently pay two separate companies for phone calls and broadband, on top of their monthly phone line rental, can instead combine everything in just one bill.

For £52 per month including VAT, Bulldog Super@ctive offers a 4mbps broadband connection and phone usage including unlimited calls to UK landlines. 

Bulldog Inter@ctive is £40 per month including VAT for a 4mbps broadband connection plus pay-as-you-go telephone charges. 

Bulldog Pro@ctive, priced at £52 per month + VAT is designed particularly for small office/home office users, as calls to local, national, mobile and popular international destinations are all capped for the first hour of the call. 

Additionally, there is no minimum call spend for businesses to achieve the best call rates. Bulldog Pro@ctive services also feature faster upload (sending) speeds, compared with the other services: 512kbps compared to 400kbps.

For customers who already have a landline, there is a one-off landline transfer fee of £60.  For customers who need to install a landline, there is a one-off set-up charge of £120.  As an introductory offer until the end of September, both of these charges are halved, to £30 and £60 respectively.

None of the Bulldog broadband services have data usage caps or download limits. Bulldog is planning a roll-out plan beyond London in 2005.

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