UK broadband telecoms provider Voipfone has launched a new no-contract, multi-use broadband service.
The company has announced that its new broadband services will offer customers an unlimited usage allowance, as well as being specifically designed to handle Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) services.
Commenting on the benefits of VoIP products recently, Colin Duffy, chief executive at Voipfone, has said that as well as being ideally geared towards students, the internet-based phone services are also particularly well-suited to small business users.
The company's broadband services are able to prioritise VoIP traffic in a manner that enables customers to use phone and internet services simultaneously without experiencing a drop in data-transfer speeds, the firm suggests.
Commenting on the launch, Mr Duffy has said that the product is well suited to those users who are trying to use VoIP and broadband services over "a cheap and heavily contended consumer internet access service" that has difficulty handling the increased workload.