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Claranet has become the first UK broadband provider to upgrade to 80Mb fibre services using BT's wholesale network.

According to ISPreview.co.uk, the firm will use BT's recently upgraded fibre-to-the-cabinet platform to deliver super-fast broadband to UK households.

Prices start from £29.99 per month, for which subscribers can sign up for Claranet Home Fibre Broadband with a 25GB usage allowance.

As well as download speeds up to 80Mb, users can upload at 20Mb and utilise a free Zxyel NBG4604 Wireless N Gigabit router.

Home Fibre 50GB, which also offers up to 80/20Mb speeds, is priced at £31.99 and again subscribers receive a free wireless broadband router.

And the firm's top-tier package, Home Fibre 100GB, costs £37.99 per month for UK households.

Customers can sign up on a 12 or 24-month broadband deal, however a free installation is only available to homes subscribing for two years.

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