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Subscribers to a number of Zen Internet broadband packages are to be given increased usage allowances, it has been reported.

According to ISPreview, the broadband provider is to double the cap on its Zen Lite, Zen Active, Zen Pro and Zen Office deals.

The change is set to come into effect from June 1st, with existing customers facing no additional charge for their enhanced broadband product.

In a statement, Zen Internet noted that both business and home broadband users have increasingly high usage demands, and the firm is acting to reflect changing trends.

A spokesperson commented: "We are truly serious about our mission to provide the best ISP service in the UK.

"Recent investments in our network, including elements of BT's 21st Century Network project, support these broadband usage increases."

Broadband provider BT recently announced the latest locations set to benefit from its £1.5 billion infrastructure upgrade project.

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