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+ - UK Government Offers PC + Broadband For £159->

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judgecorp writes "In a bid to get non-connected citizens online, the UK government is backing a scheme to offer a refurbished PC and a year's broadband for £159. "Get Online @ Home" aims to get people over the hurdle of buying a PC, and will offer a minimum spec of a 2GHz Pentium 4 with 1G RAM and 40G hard drive, along with broadband from TalkTalk (ironically, the ISP which tops the tops the official Ofcom list of complaints to broadband providers"
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UK Government Offers PC + Broadband For £159

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