Internet service provider (ISP) Eclipse has added to the appeal of its fibre-optic broadband deals by increasing their monthly usage allowances.
Consumers signing up for the Eclipse Fibre broadband package will now be able to consume 100GB of data each month during peak hours, with non-peak usage remaining unlimited.
Previously, businesses paying for the £39.95 broadband package - which offers up to 40Mb downloads and 2Mb uploads - could only use 50GB between 09:00 and 23:00.
The news is even better for Eclipse Fibre Pro subscribers - their peak usage allowance has been raised from 60GB to 200GB on the £49.95 tariff.
A £75 installation fee still applies for the two fibre broadband deals, although Fibre Pro customers receive a WAN router free when registering.
Both packages include a free vDSL modem, unlimited static IPs and ten mailboxes, each allowing 250Mb storage space.