TenTel's superfast unlimited fibre broadband packages have come down in price.
The provider's FTTC deals used to carry £49 one-off set-up fees, but this has now been reduced to £35, ISPreview.co.uk reports.
Subscribers can now take out a contract for just 12 months instead of 18 months, while each package includes a free wireless broadband router and free delivery, as well as line rental.
Among the options on offer are the Fibre Unlimited deal, which carries the new £35 set-up fee and offers download speeds of up to 38Mbps. This 12-month contract also includes unlimited data and costs £29 a month for a year, before going up to £35.
Another alternative could be the Fibre Max Unlimited 12-month contract, which offers download speeds of up to 76Mbps and unlimited data.
This costs £32 a month for 12 months, followed by £40 a month afterwards, plus the £35 set-up fee.