Subscribers to Easynet Connect's range of SDSL business broadband deals will no longer face any contention on their service, it has been announced.
The internet service provider has revealed that all new and existing connections have been upgraded for no extra charge, which means users do not have to share upload or download capacity with other users.
Easynet Connect added that the move would benefit small firms making use of a range of sophisticated technologies including VoIP, cloud computing and multi-site networking.
Chris Stening, Managing Director of Easynet Connect, said the firm was regularly investing in its network to ensure all clients have the bandwidth they need.
He added: "We have been able to make this improvement to our SDSL service at no extra cost or inconvenience to our customers because of the continual investment we have made in our core network over time."
Easynet Connect recently announced the launch of its new managed firewall security services.