TalkTalk Business unveils fibre broadband service
TalkTalk Business is poised to bolster its line-up of data connectivity products with the launch of a super-fast broadband service.
The fibre optic broadband proposition will be available via more than 30,000 street cabinets across the UK that are connected to 2,600 enabled exchanges.
Over 1,100 exchanges have already been upgraded to provide fibre broadband connectivity, allowing TalkTalk to deliver the service to more than 11 million homes and businesses.
Customers have been promised generous usage allowances, fix times of seven hours, network prioritisation for data traffic and a choice of either 40Mbps or 80Mbps downstream speeds.
Lance Spencer, director of connectivity at TalkTalk Business, said the introduction of super-fast broadband is a "significant milestone" in the development of the company's broadband and Ethernet product ranges.
"The addition of a cost-effective and high-speed fibre-based broadband proposition to the portfolio enables our partners to leverage our competitive advantage - the unrivalled reach of our network," he added.
TalkTalk introduced its 40Mbps fibre optic broadband service for consumers in 2011, before launching an 80Mbps package earlier this year.
Preregistration for the service opened in mid-March, with the full product available from early April.