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~ Myinternetpass launches pre-paid Internet access card for UK households ~

UK households can now get online for at least 50% less, with Myinternetpass, a new way to connect to the Internet.

The Myinternetpass pre-paid Internet access card works like a pre-paid phone card and costs £10. It offers two options for surfing the net: 30 days of unmetered access for heavy users, or 2000 minutes for lighter users, valid over a 3 month period.

At 1/2p per minute, Myinternetpass offers the best value 24/7 metered access of any Internet Service Provider. It’s also at least half as expensive as the lowest pay-as-you-go rates offered by the UK's top six ISPs; AOL, Freeserve, BT Openworld, Tiscali, Virgin.net and ntl.

Myinternetpass is available from retailers nationwide (including Balfour Convenience Stores) and can also be bought as a ‘virtual card’ over the Internet at www.myinternetpass.com, with access details supplied by email. The benefits, aside from the cost, include:

· No contract, or cancellation period
· No additional call charges on phone bills, or other hidden costs
· No software to load: just type a freephone number, user name and password into any home computer’s built-in Internet connection software
· The flexibility to change between tariffs
· Portability: A user can enter details onto any PC in the UK
· Multiple cards can be used on a single computer in shared accommodation
· No credit history or personal information required

Phillip Glyn, managing director at Myinternetpass, said: “If the USA is anything to go by, pre-paid Internet access will witness a huge takeup over here, mirroring the popularity of pre-paid mobile vouchers. Even if you’ve never used the Internet before, the benefits are obvious – it’s simple to use, there is no need to sign up to a contract and it offers the best value-for-money web access in the UK.”

Myinternetpass offers customers e-mail, web site and call centre technical support. It will also shortly be introducing a prepaid broadband card to cater for the growing number of people switching to an ‘always on’ connection.

Notes to editors

Myinternetpass cards launch nationally in May 2003 as the lowest-cost way to connect to the Internet. Each card is supplied with a unique username, password and freephone access number to be inputted into any home computer’s built-in Internet connection software.

Myinternetpass offers pre-paid unmetered and metered Internet access from any home computer in the UK which is connected to BT’s network. Pre-paid cards cost £10 for 30 days or 2,000 minutes of surftime and are available online or from retailers nationwide, including Balfour Convenience Stores.

If you would like photography, or any further information on Myinternetpass, please don’t hesitate to contact Nik Pollinger or Faye Bosworth at Wide PR:
Faye Bosworth / Nik Pollinger
T: +44 (0)870 366 9998 / +44 (0)870 010 9998
E: faye@widepr.co.uk / nik@widepr.co.uk


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