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Zen Internet has doubled the download speeds available to its fibre broadband customers, it has been announced.

The broadband provider is now offering download speeds up to 76Mb and upload speeds up to 19Mb on a number of its packages.

Only Zen's lower priced entry-level fibre optic broadband package, which offers downloads of up to 38Mb, will not receive the upgrade.

Existing users of Zen's Fibre Active, Fibre Pro, Fibre Office and Fibre Office Plus will be automatically upgraded without charge to the new faster speeds from May 9th.

They will not be required to sign a new contract to take advantage of the faster speeds.

All Zen's fibre products are available on a 12-month contract – which the provider says is the shortest contract available in the market.

"We believe that we have the strongest portfolio of fibre-optic broadband products in the UK," said Andrew Saunders, Zen's Head of Product Management and Marketing.

"Having worked with BT since the initial fibre-optic broadband trials, we have a hands-on experience of the technology that other providers cannot match, and the latest, most up-to-date information on progress and future plans."

Mr Saunders said it is "important" that Zen continues to develop new services in line with its mission to provide the best ISP service in the UK.

"We are working hard to ensure we provide all our customers with the award-winning level of service and support that they expect from us for these new services," he added.

Last month, Zen Internet doubled the usage allowances across its fibre broadband services.

Customers of Fibre Pro can now use up to 200GB per month, Fibre Office users 400GB per month, and Fibre Enterprise and Fibre Enterprise Plus 1000GB per month.

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