Internet service provider (ISP) Plusnet is launching super-fast fibre broadband services later this month.
From April 19th 2011, UK households will be able to register for up to 40Mb broadband services with the Sheffield-based ISP.
Consumers signing up for Plusnet Value will have access to a 40GB per month usage allowance, while the higher-tier broadband package Plusnet Extra will offer 120GB.
The ISP said the new service will allow subscribers to download TV shows, films and music faster, with fewer interruptions.
Plusnet also said its 40Mb broadband deals would appeal to gaming fans, and web users seeking to send or receive large files without delay.
Prices will start from £16.49 for Plusnet Value Fibre, with households required to sign up on an 18-month contract.
The firm is currently offering a free wireless broadband router worth £40 to each fibre broadband subscriber.