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Fibre-optic broadband

Zen Internet's fibre-optic broadband deals have gone live, giving UK businesses and consumers another option for ultra-fast services.

The firm has launched five separate broadband packages, with three offering up to 40Mb download speeds and two promising to deliver 100Mb.

Zen Fibre Enterprise, which offers 100Mb downloads and 15Mb uploads, comes with a 500GB monthly usage allowance and is priced at £70 per month.

And the premium package, Fibre Enterprise Plus, offers 100Mb/30Mb speeds and a 500GB usage allowance for £95 per month.

The price drops for businesses and consumers signing up for Zen's 40Mb download tariffs.

Zen Fibre Active offers up to 40Mb/2Mb with a 50GB usage allowance for £30 per month, while Zen Fibre Pro delivers 40Mb/10Mb with a 100GB data quota for £38.

Finally, businesses and homeworkers have the option of signing up for Zen Fibre Office, which provides 40Mb downloads, 10Mb uploads and a 200GB usage allowance for £55.

Each of the broadband deals is available on a 12-month minimum contract with a one-off, £40 activation fee.

Andrew Saunders, Head of Product Management and Marketing at the firm, said it is offering broadband speeds over ten times the national average.

"We acknowledge that these new services are at a premium when compared to other broadband products, however they provide a step change increase in access speed," he stated.

"Like all of Zen’s services, they are supported by a highly robust and resilient network and award winning excellence in technical support and customer service."

Mr Saunders said reliability and support are "critical" in business, where every second of downtime could mean lost work, lost custom and lost income.

"If something does go wrong, you need to know you can get someone on the phone within minutes, and this person will be equipped to deal with the problem at hand," he stated.

"Working with a good, reliable provider ensures that a business’s network is ready for the demands of today’s businesses."

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