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Fixed-line broadband users signed up to TalkTalk should be able to stick within the 40GB download limit imposed by the provider, according to one expert.

TalkTalk recently announced a raft of price plan changes, with any subscriber now exceeding the 40GB allowance subject to a £5 charge.

Michael Phillips, Product Director at Broadband Choices, has suggested that 40GB is a large quota and that users have the option of increasing this limit at an added cost.

The broadband comparison website representative commented: "40GB a month is a generous download allowance."

Going on to point out: "For £4 a month TalkTalk also offers a Download Plus Boost for heavy downloaders wanting to double their allowance to a massive 80GB a month."

TalkTalk customers who also rent their phone lines from the company will see their monthly fee rise from £10.50 to £11.25 as part of the new changes.

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