Access to broadband services can help school pupils do well in their end of year exams, one service provider has suggested.
Writing for the Plusnet community blog, Martyn Hudson claimed that better broadband services can equate to more effective revision time.
"Whether your kids are taking GCSEs, Standard Grades, A-Levels, AS Levels or Highers, they can find all kinds of revision resources online," he said.
"A little broadband and brain power can help teens make the most of their study time."
Mr Hudson pointed to the wide availability of online revision tools, such as BBC Bitesize, Get Revising and S-cool.
He also highlighted the availability of virtual tutors and study buddies, which can be accessed online by those with a broadband connection.
And the internet can come in handy when pupils are taking downtime between study sessions, Mr Hudson claimed.
"With online movie and TV streaming services like LOVEFiLM and Netflix, games sites like Steam, and music streaming services like Spotify to choose from, they'll have a whole host of entertainment at their fingertips, thanks to home broadband," he added.