Hyperoptic has once again won the Best Superfast Broadband title at the Internet Service Providers' Association (ISPA) awards.
This is the sixth year in succession in which Hyperoptic has secured the accolade, while the company was also shortlisted in three other categories, including Best Customer Service.
Judges handed Hyperoptic the Best Superfast Broadband award after being impressed with its enhanced speeds, recent network expansions and IPv6 support.
Steve Holford, Chief Customer Officer at Hyperoptic, commented: "As the UK’s fastest growing broadband challenger brand, we are hugely proud of the role we have played in catalysing the UK telecoms market towards full fibre.
"Having our hard work and customer experience recognised by our industry association is very rewarding."
Mr Holford went on to thank its customers for their ongoing support, as they are the firm's "biggest advocates" and show "genuine appreciation and satisfaction" after getting connected.
Hyperoptic has so far deployed its gigabit network in 30 towns and cities across the UK, with more than 400,000 homes and business taking advantage of the infrastructure enhancements.
The company added that it currently on course to reach two million homes and businesses by 2022 and five million by 2025.
This comes shortly after Hyperoptic confirmed it is to deploy its gigabit broadband service in the London Borough of Brent.
The move means that more than 100,000 homes and businesses in the area will soon be able to access speeds that are more than 22 times faster than the national average.
Over 2,000 private residential, registered providers and business properties in Brent are already serviced by Hyperoptic.