Consumers subscribing to BT's Total Broadband Option 2 package can now download more freely after the internet service provider (ISP) enhanced the product's usage allowance.
As highlighted by ISPreview, BT has doubled the previous 20GB per month limit to a far more attractive 40GB, coming as a boost to web users who enjoy watching online content.
The broadband package costs £20.99 on a 12-month contract, as a standalone service, but can also be bundled in with a landline.
Total Broadband Option 2 offers up to 20Mb download speeds, a free BT Home Hub wireless router, and unlimited Wi-Fi minutes.
Access to the Advanced McAfee security suit and 5GB of secure online storage with BT Digital Vault may also tempt consumers to sign up for the deal.
BT's recent three months free broadband deal has now come to an end, having been withdrawn by the ISP on June 30th.