TalkTalk's own unbundled, fibre network will provide more consistent and faster broadband speeds to everyone once it is fitted in the UK.
This is according to the company's Chairman Charles Dunstone, speaking in response to Ofcom's latest report suggesting that broadband providers should be clearer about the speeds their customers receive.
Mr Dunstone explained that 53 per cent of Talk Talk's customers actually receive faster speeds than they are quoted, but that some unfortunately also get slower speeds.
This is because broadband is currently provided using BT's network of copper wires, which was originally designed only for making phone calls.
"That's why we've invested over £500 million so far in our own unbundled, fibre network, the largest unbundled network in the UK," Mr Dunstone explained.
It was reported recently that TalkTalk is attempting to create an even better service for its customers by improving their levels of web security.