Free Internet access launched specifically for water, waste and environment professionals

Specialists in the water, waste and environment sectors can now benefit from a tailor-made unlimited free Internet access service, that provides a top quality professional service as well as direct access to specialised information.

“Why pay for a service designed for the general public, when you can get a specialised service designed for you, free of charge?” Said Faversham House’s new media development manager, Carl Myers, launching the new service – Free & Edie. “I wouldn’t buy an effluent treatment plant from Tescos or Dixons . . .”.

Free & Edie can be downloaded from the Net or sent out to users free of charge on CD Rom, by following the links below.

Free & Edie offers high speed connections (56kb or ISDN) at local call rates, with free online help, and a 7 day/week technical helpdesk. Because the service is specifically designed for professionals in the environment, water and waste industries, it provides direct access to specialised information, as well as a comprehensive tutorial programme designed to help new and existing internet users get the most out of their excursions into cyberspace.

The service Provides:

  • FREE – Subscription and registration
  • FREE – 5 personal email accounts
  • FREE – 10MB of WEB space
  • FREE – Internet Explorer™ 4 and Outlook Express
  • FREE – “MasterClass” multimedia guide to the Internet
  • FREE – Access to newsgroups
  • FREE – Online help (
  • Dedicated, 7 day a week helpdesk — UK-wide local access dial-up

With all the free services available you’d be mad to carry on paying for Internet access. But why pick a service that is set up for the general public, when you can have one that is specifically designed for professionals in your field – Free & Edie – that’s the way it should be.

To try the new service, download the software using the links below, or order a free CD by email, by send your name and address to [email protected].

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