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Broadband provider NewNet has announced that it has completed trials of a 40Mbps ADSL service.

Following the launch of its 24Mbps product in August of last year, the company has commented that the new higher speed offering is likely to be made available later this month.

Higher speeds are achieved by bonding two telephone lines together, creating a greater bandwidth capacity.

The technology has been developed in co-operation with ZyXEL Communications, which supplied the company with a special router to allow the bonded lines to operate.

Peter Coates-Buglear, chief executive officer at NewNet, commented: "This service will be unique in its capability for plug and play bonded service; no other units we looked at were this easy to use."

In March, NewNet was announced as the best consumer broadband provider at the annual Internet Service Providers' Association awards.

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