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High-performance internet service provider (ISP) IDNet has launched its new 1,000Mb Ethernet Direct Leased Line service.

The broadband provider revealed it has hooked up its first customer to the dedicated fibre-to-the-premises service.

IDNet explained that the service is primarily geared at business customers who are willing to pay a premium for top-range internet services.

"The service is un-contended with symmetrical connection speeds - downstream and upstream speeds are the same - and can also be delivered over copper for speeds up to 10Mb," the ISP added.

It described the broadband deals' pricing structure as being "very competitive", with the cheapest packages starting at £210 per month.

"When fibre is installed any speed up to 1,000Mb is possible," IDNet added.

Earlier this week, ISP network supplier Entanet revealed it had increased capacity by 500 per cent on its London-Midland-North ring.

Businesses in Nottingham, Sheffield, Leeds and Manchester may be able to benefit from faster broadband speeds as a result.

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