Scotland-based telecoms provider TenTel has revealed it is seeing record levels of growth.
The company enjoyed its most successful ever month in October, with 2,000 orders being placed.
In addition, it confirmed it is consistently signing up over 100 customers a day. This is well ahead of its expectations, as it was aiming to reach this target in 2017.
As a result, TenTel is confident it will experience further growth next year, with more people signing up for its short-term flexible broadband, phone and TV packages.
Managing Director Robert McKechnie said: "The last 12 months have seen fantastic growth for TenTel and our record figures are testament to this. "We have established ourselves as one of the fastest-growing independent internet service providers in the UK, with more than ten per cent revenue growth month-on-month."
Mr McKechnie said demand for short-term broadband options is growing, while people also want telephone contracts that don't tie them into lengthy contracts or incur big connection charges.
He added that this option is proving popular both with the general consumer and letting agents in particular.
TenTel has also updated its website with all-inclusive pricing to reflect new guidance from the Advertising Standards Authority, which states line rental and broadband costs must be shown as a single figure.
For instance, the company's Hello Broadband 5 Bundle is priced at £18.99 per month, while the Hello Broadband 40 Bundle costs £19.49 per month for six months, before going up to £22.99 per month.
Meanwhile, the Hello Broadband Unlimited Bundle is priced at £22.49 for six months, then £28.99 per month afterwards.
TenTel also offers fibre-based deals, including the Hello Fibre 100 Bundle, that costs £32.99 per month.