Broadband provider TalkTalk has announced plans to raise its standard network connection speeds from January.
Subscribers to the firm's broadband packages will be able to benefit from a maximum of 24Mb, the firm has announced.
TalkTalk said it was continuing to invest millions into its next-generation broadband infrastructure, providing great value alongside "unrivalled levels of performance and service".
According to a statement, this investment has allowed the firm "to deliver something special to all [its] broadband customers".
"The actual top speed you'll get will depend on your line and location, but many customers will see an improvement in their download speeds," it stated.
TalkTalk has also announced a slight rise to the price of its Essentials phone and broadband package to take the coming 2.5 per cent VAT increase into account.
Subscribers will now pay £6.99 a month for access to broadband services on this deal.