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Its first service was dialup IP, combined with access to mail and news servers. This was priced at £10 a month (£11.75 including VAT), or as it was described in the sales literature, a 'tenner a month'. They still offer this service at the same price today, but more customers today use the surftime and ADSL packages.
In 1998 it was bought by Scottish Telecom, a wholly owned subsidiary of the privatized utility Scottish Power. Scottish Telecom rebranded as Thus in October 1999, and floated on the London Stock Exchange. Thus fully demerged from Scottish Power in 2002.
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