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BTopenworld launches ADSL-based teleworker package.


BTopenworld, British Telecommunications Plc's mass market Internet business, has unveiled a broadband Internet package for teleworkers.

Called BTopenworld Teleworker, the package is designed to provide small and medium sized businesses with a secure means of connecting up to 100 remote workers simultaneously to the company IT network, using a high-speed ADSL link. In addition to offering an always-on link between the home and the office, the service also gives employees the ability to connect to the Internet during leisure time at no extra cost.

The Teleworker package costs GBP80+VAT/month per user, based on ten users. Included in the price is Avaya's virtual private network hardware and software at the office and remote locations as well as maintenance and technical support services.

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Date:Sep 20, 2001
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