Virgin Media backs broadband traffic management commitment
The Broadband Stakeholder Group (BSG) has facilitated a voluntary code of practice giving subscribers more easily-comparable information about the measures taken to control online traffic.
As well as the cable company, six other big ISPs - namely 3 Mobile, BT, O2, Sky, TalkTalk and Vodafone - have signed up to the commitment.
Chief executive of the BSG Antony Walker described the drive to offer clearer details on the matter as "very important".
He added: "It will not only help to ensure consumers are better informed ... but will also provide a clearer picture for policymakers of the way in which traffic management is actually used."
Supporters of net neutrality believe all web traffic should be treated equally, although Jeff Lynn from the Coalition for a Digital Economy acknowledged to BBC News that certain types of traffic management are essential.