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Broadband firm Entanet UK has announced plans to join trials of fibre optic 100Mb Fibre-to-the-premises (FTTP) and Annex M broadband.

The Annex M service is currently being trialled on WBC connections and enables users to 'trade off' some of their download speed in order to benefit from increased upload speeds.

Entanet's Head of Operations, Neil Watson, told Comms Business: "It's important for us to be involved in the trials since, as the only provider wholly using WBC, Entanet can provide BT with a unique perspective on the service. So far the Annex M trial is going very well and we're receiving encouraging feedback from our trialists."

Entanet is also trialling FTTP which provides download speeds of 100Mb and follows on from previous trials conducted by Entanet in 2008.

Last week, BT named the next exchanges which will benefit from network upgrades, announcing that up to 150 telephone exchanges across the UK will be involved in the move.

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