Budget internet service provider Primus Saver has launched a range of super-fast broadband deals, which come with an unlimited download limit.
Households and businesses have four fibre broadband deals to choose from, two of which offer up to 38Mb download speeds and two up to 76Mb.
Each of the broadband deals includes a 50 per cent discount on internet services for the first three months, enabling subscribers to make savings during their introductory contract period.
Primus Saver's 38Mb + free evening and weekend calls deal is priced at an initial £8 per month plus line rental, rising to £16 after three months.
If customers want 38Mb downloads and anytime calls, they are required to pay £21 per month, reduced to £13 per month for the first three months.
Primus Saver's 76Mb + free evening and weekend calls deal costs £20 per month, reduced to £10 initially, while the anytime calls option costs £25 per month, discounted to £15 for three months.
Nigel Eastwood, Chief Executive of New Call Telecom - the parent company of Primus Saver - said the firm is looking to build upon the "ongoing success" of its unlimited bundled broadband offers, with the launch of fibre services.
He described the introduction of super-fast broadband packages as being a "key milestone" for the service provider.
"We have created a range of best-value fibre products backed by the very best UK-based customer services," Mr Eastwood stated.
"We are determined to always deliver honest value for money to all our customers, without any hidden charges."