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BT is to boost broadband speeds for more than a million fibre customers free of charge.

The provider has told MoneySavingExpert that it is increasing its maximum fibre speed from 52Mbps to 76Mbps.

Anyone who ordered their package before September 28th will be eligible to receive the free upgrades, which are being rolled out throughout the autumn.   BT also confirmed that all three million customers with cloud storage will have their allowance doubled.

This means that a fibre broadband customer with an Infinity 2 package would see their storage go up from 500GB to 1,000GB.

Furthermore, all broadband customers with monthly usage caps will be given a higher data allowance.

According to BT, customers do not have to do anything to receive the upgrades, which it hopes will encourage existing subscribers to stick with it for longer.

Customers have also been assured that nobody is being charged for the upgrades, while nobody will be moved to a different package.

The provider is emailing customers to let them know if they are eligible for a free boost.

People who have not yet received an email have therefore been advised to be patient, although they can use this tool from BT to see if their line is capable of a speed upgrade.

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