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Broadband provider Zen Internet has confirmed plans to offer its customers up to 330Mb downloads via BT's wholesale network.

Andrew Saunders, Head of Product Management and Marketing at the firm, explained that Zen was one of a select few broadband providers chosen to run early trials of Fibre-to-the-Premises (FTTP) broadband.

"We have been providing FTTP services since last year and we now have a number of Zen customers enjoying 100Mb FTTP broadband," he told ISPreview.co.uk.

"We do intend to launch the new 330Mb FTTP fibre-optic broadband services but currently don't have a confirmed date."

At present, the company is focusing on its Fibre-to-the-Cabinet services, which currently offer download speeds of up to 76Mb and uploads of up to 19Mb.

Mr Saunders noted that sales of these broadband packages have doubled in recent months as demand for fibre services has increased.

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