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Internet service provider (ISP) BT has decided to remove the fair usage policy from two of its higher-tier broadband packages.

As a result, fibre broadband customers signed up to BT Infinity Option 2 will now be able to use as much data as they want over the internet.

The same applies to households signed up to BT Broadband Option 3 - the ISP's premium ADSL broadband package.

Under BT's fair usage policy, consumers who download more than 300GB in any one month are subject to speed restrictions.

Mayuresh Thavapalan, General Manager of Consumer Broadband at BT Retail, commented: "As BT continues to invest in the network and network bandwidth we can now remove these restrictions and ensure the experience of the wider customer base.

"On completion there will be no individual user controls targeted at atypical users on our BT Total Broadband and BT Infinity products."

BT is currently rolling out fibre broadband across the UK, as part of a £2.5 billion network infrastructure investment.

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