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TalkTalk has reiterated its commitment to offering the best possible broadband services to British businesses.

Earlier this week, it was confirmed that TalkTalk is one of seven business broadband providers to sign up to a new voluntary Code of Practice drawn up by Ofcom.

This is part of an effort to ensure customers are given clearer and more accurate information on broadband speeds before they enter into a contract.

Signatories are also committed to making it easy for customers to exit a contract if broadband speeds fall below a minimum guaranteed level.

Jon Nowell, Head of Product at TalkTalk Business, commented: "We had no hesitation in signing up to Ofcom's new business broadband speeds Code of Practice."

He stated that connectivity is "increasingly the lifeblood of businesses" and stressed the company's "commitment to making British businesses better off".

Mr Nowell added that TalkTalk is "always working to make it easier and cheaper for businesses to make the most of our digital age".

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