Direct Save Telecom has brought back its Superfast Fibre Pro broadband deal, amid strong demand for for up to 76Mb fibre services.
The package had disappeared from sale on the broadband provider's website, but it has been reinstated at its original price of £19.95 per month plus line rental.
Customers can add UK evening and weekend calls for an extra £1.90 per month or anytime UK calls for an extra £5.50 per month.
Stavros Tsolakis, Chief Executive at Direct Save Telecom, said that when the firm launched its "low-cost" up to 38Mb broadband deal in late 2014, it withdrew Superfast Fibre Pro from sale.
"We did not think there would be enough demand for it," he stated.
"However, I am pleased to say we have been proved wrong as there have been lots of enquiries and requests about it since it was withdrawn."
Mr Tsolakis said he was "delighted" to announce the relaunch of the package, meaning consumers have a choice between low-cost fibre and Superfast Fibre Pro.
"In both cases, in terms of cost, we are very competitive when you compare us to the other best deals around and we are way ahead of the likes of BT, Sky and Virgin Media," he stated.
Mr Tsolakis claimed the two super-fast broadband packages on offer make Direct Save Telecom "a real player in the market".