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Broadband provider MacAce – which specialises in web services for Apple computers – has launched a new range of broadband deals.

The firm is now offering up to 40Mb fibre-to-the-cabinet (FTTC) broadband services, which are delivered using BT's super-fast broadband network.

LightSpeed broadband packages are available from £29.99 per month, reports

Gary Hall, Chief Executive of MacAce, said the firm is now offering the next generation of web services for its customers.

"Whilst it may not seem like much of a hike from 24Mb broadband based on ADSL2+ technology, we all know that 24Mb is truly and 'up-to' product whose speeds are dictated by the quality and length of your copper line," he stated.

"With LightSpeed fibre broadband, customers get much nearer the advertised rate."

He explained that with FTTC broadband, there are only a few hundred metres of slower copper cabling to contend with, between the street cabinet and the home.

MacAce is also currently offering a 10Mb upload option, which is targeted primarily at business broadband users.

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