Madasafish MAX

Madasafish MAX is Madasafish’s most popular broadband package. It is great for email, surfing, shopping and downloading music and movies.

Madasafish MAX broadband

Madasafish Pricing

  • TOTAL FOR FIRST YEAR £164.88
  • 1st Year = £179.88 – £15 discount promotion code
  • £11.99 a month (for first 6 months) and £17.99 a month (thereafter)
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Madasafish download limits

  • Up to 8MB download speed
  • 5GB monthly usage – loads for everyday family use.

FREE Madasafish extras

  • FREE Wireless router networking kit – wirelessly link all your home computers together
  • FREE connection – no hidden set-up charges
  • FREE unlimited email addresses – the whole family can have their own email address
  • FREE email virus protection and spam filtering – no more rubbish in your email inbox
  • FREE Webmail – access your Madasafish email worldwide
  • FREE 100MB of webspace – host your very own website
  • FREE access to over 110,000 newsgroups – meet new people
  • FREE Static IP address – perfect for playing online computer games against your friends
  • FREE trial of BullGuard security suite – keep the viruses at pay
  • Apple Mac compatible – receive a decent service from the Madasafish support team

Reader's Comments

So far we have 2 comments about the product “Madasafish MAX”

  1. Anonymous on November 25th, 2008 8:26 pm

    Can you cope with Mac OS 9?

  2. Mac Broadband on December 24th, 2008 5:47 pm

    I have found this information on the Madasafish website:

    “If you have a Windows PC, it must be running Windows 2000, XP, or Vista and have a minimum of a Pentium 350MHz processor or equivalent. It must have an available Ethernet port.

    If you’ve got a Mac it must be an IMac G3, Powerbook G3 or above, running OSX 10.1 or above. It must have an available Ethernet port.

    It’s possible to connect a computer that does not meet these specifications but we will be unable to provide any technical help.”

    Looks like Madasafish are being non-commital because they don’t know if they can offer support on OS 9. I think you’ll probably be alright.

    Robin

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