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Broadband provider IDNet has launched a new 24Mb high-speed internet package with upgraded data allowances.

In addition to its super-fast download speed, the connection from IDNet also boasts a maximum upstream of 1.4Mb, depending on the length and quality of the telephone line and capabilities of the local exchange.

Via ADSL2+ technology, the operator is also able to provide further bandwith and extra low latency to customers at no additional monthly subscription cost.

By doubling its peak data allowance and extending off-peak limits on some of its connections, users will be able to download greater amounts of rich content such as music, movies and video clips.

Those who choose to upgrade will incur a one-off charge of £12.65 from BT, which IDNet will waive for subscribers who pay for their connection annually.

Founded in 1996, the provider is primarily focused on supplying high-speed internet connections to home offices and small businesses in the UK.

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