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  • Dave Smith
    * FOR THE second time in less than one month, Flow s broadband customers will experience yet another increase in download speeds at no additional cost.*
    Message 1 of 2 , Sep 2 2:04 PM
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      *"FOR THE second time in less than one month, Flow's broadband customers
      will experience yet another increase in download speeds at no additional
      cost.*

      Effective today, existing and future broadband customers subscribing to
      Flow's 'u-click unlimited 2' broadband package will enjoy bandwidth
      speeds of 2Mbps/6Mbps (mega bites per second) at no extra charge.

      All other u-click broadband package speeds and rates remain the same.

      Flow's statement said: "This is just another step we are taking to
      dramatically change the broadband landscape in this country. Customers
      can continue to expect greater speeds as our network expands over time."

      Flow's u-click broadband service was launched in December 2006 and is
      available in areas converted to support Flow's Digital service."

      Report in the *Newsday* ...
      http://www.newsday.co.tt/business/0,63415.html

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    • Richard Jobity
      ... Flow needs to lose the annoying autoplaying ad. Yuk.
      Message 2 of 2 , Sep 2 3:11 PM
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        Dave Smith wrote:
        > *"FOR THE second time in less than one month, Flow's broadband customers
        > will experience yet another increase in download speeds at no additional
        > cost.*
        >
        > Effective today, existing and future broadband customers subscribing to
        > Flow's 'u-click unlimited 2' broadband package will enjoy bandwidth
        > speeds of 2Mbps/6Mbps (mega bites per second) at no extra charge.
        >
        > All other u-click broadband package speeds and rates remain the same.
        >
        > Flow's statement said: "This is just another step we are taking to
        > dramatically change the broadband landscape in this country. Customers
        > can continue to expect greater speeds as our network expands over time."
        >
        > Flow's u-click broadband service was launched in December 2006 and is
        > available in areas converted to support Flow's Digital service."
        >
        > Report in the *Newsday* ...
        > http://www.newsday.co.tt/business/0,63415.html
        >

        Flow needs to lose the annoying autoplaying ad. Yuk.
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