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British broadband provider ICUK has cut its heavy downloaders some slack with the introduction of a new usage allowance.

Off-peak usage allowance has now increased to 100GB per month and only downloads will be counted towards this amount, reports Broadband Genie.

Peak hours are counted as 8:00 to 19:59 and users can check how close they are to monthly limits by looking at the control panels provided.

ICUK users will be informed by email if they are close to surpassing the monthly allowance.

Customers are offered an 8Mb service for just £16 per month with a 2GB peak-time monthly allowance.

There are three other options available to ICUK home broadband users – for £17.50 per month users can gobble up a 5GB monthly usage allowance, 20GB per month for £25 and as much as 50GB for £35.

ICUK customers also enjoy UK-based support for their service via phone and email.

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