TalkTalk added another 88,000 fibre broadband customers during the final three months of 2014, it has been revealed.
The firm saw increased interest in its super-fast broadband deals between October and December, after adding 67,000 fibre subscribers in Q3 2014.
At the end of last year, TalkTalk had 396,000 fibre customers out of a total of 4.236 million fixed-line broadband subscribers.
The service provider's fibre boosts are available to both new and existing TalkTalk customers upgrading from copper broadband.
Download speeds of up to 38Mb are available with the Fibre Medium add-on, while customers signing up for Fibre Large can access up to 76Mb.
These super-fast boosts are available across TalkTalk's range of broadband packages, which consists of SimplyBroadband, Essentials TV and Plus TV.
Fibre broadband costs £5 extra per month for the first 12 months, rising to £10 per month thereafter.
Subscribers receive a Super Router, which allows them to access super-fast Wi-Fi on a variety of connected devices throughout the home.