Breathe.com left winded by unmetered mess

Internet service provider Breathe.com has been forced to withdraw its £50 offer of a lifetime of free unmetered internet access after the service was deemed economically unfeasible.

Internet service provider Breathe.com has been forced to withdraw its £50 offer of a lifetime of free unmetered internet access after the service was deemed economically unfeasible.

The company, established by entrepreneur Martin Dawes, could also land itself in trouble for contravening the trade descriptions act, after speculation arose that it will not reimburse an estimated 50,000 subscribers to its online service. Chase capital partners, the majority investor in Breathe.com, refused to comment on whether Breathe was already approaching potential buyers in a last ditch attempt to raise funds.