The Post Office has revamped its range of home phone and broadband packages, after beginning the migration to a new network.
From today (July 22nd), the firm is moving to an ADSL2+ platform delivered by TalkTalk Wholesale and Fujitsu.
This should enable the broadband provider to offer download speeds of up to 24Mb, reports ISPreview.co.uk.
Previously, Post Office broadband subscribers have only been able to take advantage of up to 8Mb download speeds.
Customers still have two broadband packages to choose from - Broadband Essential and Broadband Premium.
The entry-level Broadband Essential package offers high-speed internet services with a 10GB monthly usage allowance - increased from 5GB as part of the revamp.
Subscribers also receive inclusive evening and weekend calls, five email addresses, anti-spam and anti-virus software.
Post Office Broadband Essential is priced at £21.40 per month, including line rental services.
Customers seeking a higher monthly usage allowance may wish to consider the firm's Broadband Premium broadband package.
This offers an 'unlimited' monthly usage allowance, however the deal is subject to a fair usage policy, meaning heavy users could see their speeds capped.
Evening and weekend calls are included, along with five email addresses, anti-spam and anti-virus solutions, and internet security software.
Post Office Broadband Premium costs £26.05 per month, for which customers receive high-speed broadband, 'unlimited' data, and evening and weekend calls.
Both broadband deals also include a free wireless router, which enables users to get online using multiple devices anywhere in the home.