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default has become the latest UK internet service provider (ISP) to launch 40Mb fibre-optic broadband packages.

Following in the footsteps of BT, AAISP and Eclipse, the broadband provider will provide the fibre-to-the-cabinet (FTTC) services from £21.99 per month, reports ISPreview.

The ISP's capped 20GB broadband deal offers upload speeds of 2Mb at this price for consumers taking out a 12-month contract.

Meanwhile, a 45GB package with 10Mb uploads is available for £26.99, and a 100GB product is priced at £49.98.

Each of the 40Mb broadband packages comes with a £51.70 installation fee.'s Mark Baker commented: "We have focused our FTTC products not only on those who require high usage allowances."

He said they are also suitable for "the average internet user", who requires high speeds but with a lower level of data transfer each month.

Eclipse Internet announced this week that any consumer subscribing to its 40Mb services by April 30th can save up to £75 on their new broadband package.

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