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Nashua gives away ADSL in Internet-lessness campaign

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Nashua Mobile is giving away free ADSL access for 12 months to 100 of its customers, who simply have to enter a draw for an ADSL account. 

This promotion forms part of Nashua Mobile's fight against the "scourge of Internet-lessness". The prize covers the monthly subscription costs for a 384kbps ADSL subscription and 1Gb of ADSL data for a year.
Customers who qualify for the prize will also be given a 4GB POP mailbox, a Billion ADSL router, and access to a free fax to email service.
Nashua Mobile has launched a campaign which is call the "war on Internet-lessness" – which it defines as an absence of a connection to the Internet resulting from high costs and/or a lack of knowledge of the benefits of being connected to the Internet.