A north-west broadband provider claims to have achieved 100Mb download speeds on its urban Wi-Fi service.
Vispa, which is headquartered in Cheshire, has made ultra-fast broadband available to service users in southern parts of Manchester, reports ISPreview.co.uk.
The firm said its City Wireless service - which continues to be operated on a trial basis - has now exceeded the advertised broadband speeds.
Vispa sells 80Mb broadband with 20Mb upload speeds for £11.99 per month, but the firm says some customers can now receive up to 100Mb.
In related news, BT announced this week that it now has three million public wireless broadband hotspots around the UK.
These enable laptop and tablet users to access the internet while away from their home connection.