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Broadband provider TalkTalk has announced its network will be able to cope with the pressure put on it by those playing Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2.

The title, which has been launched for the Xbox 360, PlayStation 3 and PC, was the subject of a film-style premiere in London's Leicester Square last night (November 9th) and is one of the most eagerly anticipated games of recent times.

Its online play mode is likely to be as popular as previous games in the series, but TalkTalk has claimed this will not be a problem for its own infrastructure.

A spokesperson for the broadband provider told Broadband Genie: "TalkTalk runs the biggest next-generation network in the UK and it is optimised to make sure it can cope with high levels of traffic for games such as Call of Duty."

Customers who want to ensure they are fully prepared to enjoy the game can also add a Turbo Boost to their broadband for £4 a month, the source added.

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