Businesses in one UK region have been offered faster broadband from the provider BT.
Companies based in Lincolnshire in eastern England will be able to benefit from the operator's new bonded ADSL service, which is designed specifically for organisations that suffer from poor internet coverage.
The package has been put together alongside communications firm Sharedband and could provide speeds of up to 2Mb or more.
Director of wireless broadband for BT Dave Hughes said: "Bonded ADSL technology is well proven and the new BT service is able to deliver a faster broadband connection by aggregating the bandwith of up to four ADSL lines connected to a customer's premises."
He added that the development will "deliver an affordable broadband product" for organisations in the region.
An investigation by the telecoms group Orange released earlier this week found that an increasing number of businesses were utilising wireless broadband technology for remote working.