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Broadband provider Cerberus Networks has announced the launch of what it claims to be the UK's first bonded ADSL2+ service.

Expected to go live in November, the platform is created through the bonding of two standard telephone lines, so subscribers can enjoy double the speed usually available.

ISPreview.co.uk reports that customers will get 48Mb download services, as well as a 5Mb upstream connection.

Talking to the website, Cerberus Networks' Director Bob Hendy said the technology would give its resellers "new opportunities to win business and drive down costs".

"Cerberus X2 gives us new options for remote access, telephony, hosting and video applications and we can see enormous potential for customers to reduce costs while deploying additional network services," he added.

News of the package has come after rival broadband provider Freedom4 revealed it has been granted a licence from communications regulator Ofcom to offer mobile WiMax services to its customers.

The company owns the UK's largest WiMax broadband spectrum.

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