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High-speed broadband-only services have been made available by internet service provider (ISP) Fibrebrand, it has been announced.

The Dorset-based firm, which offers 100Mb web services over the i3 Group's Fibrecity network in Bournemouth, is now allowing consumers to access web services without subscribing to a phone and broadband package.

Customers are still able to bundle calls into their broadband deal, but this will result in an additional £2.50 monthly fee.

The ISP offers three consumer deals, one with 25Mb downloads, one with 50Mb and a third providing 100Mb.

Optic100, the flagship high-speed broadband package, offers guaranteed download speeds of 40Mb, uploads of 10Mb, and an unlimited monthly usage allowance.

Free set-up and installation is also included in this deal, which is normally priced at £45.99.

The Optic25 and Optic50 broadband deals, which guarantee 25Mb downloads, are priced at £25.99 and £29.99 respectively.

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