Plusnet is aiming to bring its ultra-fast 100Mb fibre broadband service to wider user base, it has been suggested.
The broadband provider is currently trialling fibre-to-the-cabinet services in a number of locations, but plans to launch in more areas during 2012.
As such, more households and businesses will be able to access the broadband package - which offers 100Mb download and 15Mb upload speeds - at a cost of £34.99 per month.
Around 150 Plusnet customers are currently trialling the service, with those based in Bradwell Abbey, Highams Park, Chester South, York, Ashford in Middlesex, Ilford Central, St Austell, Forest Hill, Leytonstone and Exeter able to participate.
Customers signing up for Plusnet 100Mb broadband receive a free router, adding to the savings possible with the deal.
They are able to take advantage of a 120GB per month usage allowance, which applies between 08:00 GMT and midnight.
Plusnet is also hoping to offer even faster download speeds to residential broadband users later in 2012.
"Later in the year Openreach is planning to increase the maximum speed of fibre-to-the-premises to 330Mb," the broadband provider noted.
"We're hoping to take part in the trial and will post more details later in the year."