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Sky broadband customers across the UK will have their connection speeds boosted from June 1st.

The broadband and digital TV provider is upping its connection speed to up to 20Mb, depending on the speeds available on people's lines, free of charge.

As part of the move, Sky will only offer two broadband packages from June, including Sky Everyday Lite, which, in addition to 20Mb download speeds comes with a 2GB monthly usage allowance and is available free of charge for people on Sky TV with Sky Talk. Otherwise it costs £5 per month.

The second alternative, which is likely to appeal to frequent web users, is the Sky Unlimited package, which also offers 20Mb speeds but does not have any usage caps. It costs £7.50 a month for users with Sky Talk and an additional £5 a month for everyone else.

Delia Bushell, Sky's Director of Broadband and Talk, said: "With these new products, our customers have a very simple choice to make based on how much they use the internet, with peace of mind that they are getting a high quality, reliable service."

Last week, Sky was named the Best Overall Provider in the 2010 Home Phone Customer Satisfaction Report from uSwitch.

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