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Consumer watchdog Which? has named Eclipse Internet as a recommended broadband provider.

The internet service provider (ISP) has been identified by the organisation as offering great value for money, connection speeds, reliability, and customer satisfaction.

Which? spokesperson Ceri Stanaway commented that over the last few years, Eclipse has slowly but surely increased its customer survey score.

"Only broadband providers that offer a great all round broadband experience for their customers make it as Which? Recommended Providers," she explained.

"Eclipse's achievement goes to show that an ISP's investment in its service can really pay off when it comes to customer satisfaction."

Director of Eclipse, Clodagh Murphy says, said that Which? recognition was "significant" for the company as it is based on the real experiences of subscribers.

"I'm incredibly proud that our hard work and dedication to becoming the UK's best broadband provider has now been recognised," she stated.

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