BE Broadband has announced that its line bonding service is reopen after it was forced to shut it down in August due to overwhelming demand.
The service, which works by combining two broadband lines with speeds of up to 24Mb in order to achieve faster download speeds, is recommended for people who want speedier internet services but live a significant distance from any telephone exchanges.
It can provide people with download speeds of up to 44Mb and upload speeds of 5Mb.
In order to take advantage of the service, people will need two telephone lines and will be required to pay an £85 connection fee.
It will then cost £65 per month.
Last month, it was reported that BE Broadband is planning a major overhaul of its core broadband network to begin in 2012. The work is likely to last half a year and will focus in preparing for the move to IPv6.