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Internet service provider IDNet is to launch 40Mb fibre-to-the-cabinet (FTTC) broadband services in the UK, it has been announced.

The firm says it will provide super-fast speeds and bandwidth, as well as super-low latency, to businesses and consumers signing up to its enhanced broadband deals.

According to IDNet, the new services are already available at 32 telephone exchanges across the UK, with an "aggressive roll-out schedule" planned for the next 18 months.

By summer 2012, the broadband provider aims to be providing next-generation services to ten million homes and businesses in the UK – accounting for roughly 40 per cent of the population.

A spokesperson for the firm commented: "The new services offer amazing performance with upload speeds of up to 10Mb and a download sync speed range of between 15Mb and 40Mb depending on your distance from the cabinet."

BT Infinity, AAISP, Eclipse Internet, Fast.co.uk and Timico have all launched FTTC broadband services in recent months.

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