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Internet service provider (ISP) Aquiss has announced the launch of a new fibre-to-the-home (FTTH) broadband deal range.

According to ISPreview.co.uk, the broadband provider has unveiled new Family and Professional packages which are capable of providing 40Mb downloads.

Each Aquiss broadband package offers a monthly data allowance for between 08:00 GMT and midnight, with unlimited downloads permissible during the night.

FTTH broadband deals start with a 60GB data allowance, with the FTTC Family 60 option available for £36 per month.

For those with greater usage demands, a 90GB allowance is available for £43.20, or 120GB for £50.40 per month.

Included with the deals are a free static IP address, free installation and modem.

Consumers and businesses are required to sign up with Aquiss on a 12-month contract to take advantage of the broadband deal.

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