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Fido Broadband has doubled the usage allowances on a number of its business-focused internet packages.

The service provider has increased the monthly data caps on its Basic 40, Standard 80 and Enhanced 80 broadband deals.

As reported by ISPreview.co.uk, the firm is also offering six months' free broadband, a half-price installation and a free wireless broadband router.

Companies signing up for the Basic 40 broadband package - which is ordinarily priced at £25 per month - now have access to 100GB of data per month rather than 50GB.

The usage allowance on Standard 80, which costs £35 per month from month seven, has been raised from 100GB to 200GB.

And businesses signing up for Enhanced 80 - which normally costs £55 per month - can use 500GB of data per month rather than 250GB.

"Upgrade to one of our low-cost hosting plans as your business expands and grows, safe in the knowledge that no matter how large you become Fido can cater for your needs," the provider commented.

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