Internet service provider (ISP) Vispa has launched a new Ethernet in the First Mile (EFM) service.
The bonded copper line product has the potential to provide business users with symmetric speeds of up to 20Mb.
According to ISPreview.co.uk, EFM is geared at companies which have "outgrown traditional broadband" and require more advanced web services.
Businesses with two pairs of bonded copper lines can pay £249 plus VAT per month for an up to 10Mb connection.
The up to 20Mb broadband service – which is priced at £324 – requires four pairs of copper lines.
Vispa guarantees that all total service faults are resolved within six hours.
In related news, ISP O2 has this week launched three broadband deals geared at the business market, two of which take advantage of local loop unbundling technology.