BT Highway was a UK retail ISDN2e service from British Telecom which was announced in November 1997 and withdrawn in February 2007. In the domestic market, it was sold as BT Home Highway and for small businesses, BT Business Highway. These monikers were simply used to differentiate billing schemes; the hardware for both services used the name BT Highway.
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... BT Highway was announced in November 1997 and introduced on an exchange-by-exchange basis starting in September 1998 ... BT stopped selling new services on 5 September 2005 and stopped providing BT Highway services altogether in February 2007, encouraging users to migrate to ADSL ... Where migration to ADSL was not possible, BT continued to sell their ISDN2e service for business customers only ...
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