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COMPETITION HOTS UP TO BRING SCHOOLS ON-LINE

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A battle is breaking out, between British Telecom and the cable industry, over who can offer the best Internet serv...
A battle is breaking out, between British Telecom and the cable industry, over who can offer the best Internet service for schools, the Financial Times reports (p8).

The cable industry announced yesterday that it was introducing fixed-price telephone tariffs, to allow schools unlimited classroom use of the Internet.

The cable offer will undercut the price of Campus World, the subscription service launched by BT last April, which links schools and colleges to the Internet, also for a fixed subscription price including unlimited use.
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