TalkTalk is to launch new flexible options to its broadband packages.
The myTalkTalk customisable broadband offering allows subscribers to tailor packages to their own needs.
Carphone Warehouse, the company which runs TalkTalk, will ask for £6.49 per month from customers plus £10.50 line rental, reports Web User.
The deals, which will be available from Tuesday, November 18th, will then offer contract holders different options to boost their packages with a range of additional features.
"People's communication needs are constantly changing and we need to provide a phone and broadband service that reflects this," Wendy Becker, managing director of TalkTalk, told the internet news provider.
While new customers are free to take up the offer, a one off connection fee of £29.99 will be charged.
Customers using the 8Mb broadband ADSL service recently enjoyed an increase in their upload speeds to 1Mb following upgrades to exchanges, reports ISP Review.