Vispa has announced the £250,000 purchase of more network capacity from wholesaler BT.
The Cheshire provider had been reluctant to go through with the deal due to price changes made by BT.
But now an extra 155Mb has been bought, appeasing customers who may have noticed a drop in the quality of their connection.
The company said in a statement: "Having reviewed all our options and conducted lengthy meetings with BT Wholesale, taking into account the estimated delivery times of WBC & IP Stream Connect services in Q4 2009, we feel that now is the perfect time to secure extra broadband capacity with BT as stepping stone towards WBC services later this year."
Vispa was founded in 1999, since when its network has spread to southern England and up to Scotland.