PlusNet has been declared the NUMBER ONE ISP for Broadband by the readership of PC Pro, one of the UK's most respected computing magazines. In last Thursday night's celebrated awards ceremony, PlusNet were voted the outright winner in the 'ISP Broadband' category for the 'PC Pro Reliability and Service Awards 2003'.
At the glitzy presentation, held at the Dorchester Hotel, London, PlusNet beat other nominated national ISPs; AOL, BT Openworld, NTL, Pipex and Telewest Blueyonder to scoop this prestigious award.
The Reliability and Service Awards 2003 are based upon a comprehensive survey completed by the PC Pro readership, in which feedback was polled relating to quality, value for money and overall reliability of broadband service.
"This is a tremendous accolade to be presented with," stated Marco Potesta, Commercial Director at PlusNet.
"We're extremely pleased to have been voted Number One Broadband ISP by the readership of one of the UK's most highly respected IT magazines. We'd like to extend our sincere thanks, both to our customers and PC Pro magazine readers. This is testament to PlusNet's superior operating model that delivers an enhanced customer experience at a lower cost structure than any of our competitors, the success of which is entirely due to all our employees. I would like to thank them for all their continued efforts."
PlusNet join the illustrious ranks of other PC Pro 2003 award winners, Hewlett-Packard, IBM, NEC-Mitsubishi amongst others.
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