Pretty cheap, as internet cafes go. You have to put up with big ad banner on your screen, but I guess sacrifices have to be made.

Pricing depends on how busy the shop is - £2 may get you 15 minutes, and it may get you 6 hours. If things get busier after you log on, your billing rate won't go up, but if things get quieter, it will go down.

You can now use programs like Microsoft Office, various internet telephony programs through the supplied headsets, and webcams are available on all terminals.

At present, there are stores in:

Minimum prices are as follows:
(as of April 1, 2001)

  • UK - £2
  • Holland - fl 5
  • Spain - Pts 500
  • Belgium - BEF 100
  • Germany - DEM 5
  • Italy - ITL 3000
  • France - FFr 10
  • USA - $1
(Brought to you by Stelios Haji-loannou, the man behind easyGroup)

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