A leading broadband provider has announced the launch of a new offer for those affected by the closure of rival company Upstream Internet.
Vispa has announced it is offering free migration and a month's free service to current Upstream subscribers, after it was revealed that the latter firm is to cease trading due to a lack of financial support.
ISPreview.co.uk reports that the news was broken to businesses via an email from Upstream's Managing Director Eddie Chapman.
However, Adam Binks, Commercial Director of Vispa, told the website that the company was happy to come to the rescue.
He said: "We know bonded broadband is a big thing for Upstream users and we have engineers working through the night to get the technology enabled on our network in order to provide continuity of service to the Upstream base."
Vispa was originally launched in 1999 and offers a range of home and business broadband packages.