KCOM Internet boosts 40Mbps Broadband Usage Allowances

Tuesday, October 26th 2010

The popular UK broadband providers, KCOM Internet has reportedly more than doubled the data download allowances of its 40Mbps business broadband packages marketed in the United Kingdom.



According to reports, the internet service provider is increasing its super-fast fibre optic broadband internet packages based on the new Fibre to the Cabinet technology of BT. This package will be providing for its customers upload speeds of between 2Mbps and 10Mbps.



KCOM Internet expects to reach 40 per cent of households in the United Kingdom by the year 2012 with the package. Eventually, this will be raised to 66 per cent by the year 2015.



Incidentally, the 40Mbps fibre optic-based broadband service from KCOM Internet itself had become one of the first of its kind to be launched in 2010 April, despite it being balked by many mainly for the GBP 39.95 a month price fixed for its fibre optic package with 50GB download allowance.



Nevertheless, this has currently been raised to 10GB user allowance. Meanwhile, the data download allowance for its high-end KCOM Fibre Pro broadband package has also been increased to 200GB from the previous 60GB.


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