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Zen to double broadband allowance from April 1st

Wednesday, March 21st 2012 by Paul France
Zen set to double customers' broadband allowance

ISP Zen Internet is set to double its customers' broadband allowance.

Zen Internet broadband customers will be able to take advantage of double their current monthly usage allowance from April 1st 2012.

The internet service provider's (ISP's) Lite packages will rise from 10GB of usage to 20GB, while its Active, Pro, Office and Office Max deals will climb to 100GB, 200GB, 400GB and 2,000GB respectively.

These changes will affect Zen's standard and fibre optic broadband products, but will not result in any increase in prices.

According to the communications firm, users of the entry-level Lite package will be able to enjoy around 60 hours of BBC iPlayer viewing without exceeding their new allowance.

Head of product management and marketing at Zen Internet Andrew Saunders said the ISP has been listening to customers to learn how their broadband usage is changing.

"As more of us watch our favourite TV shows through online catch-up services, check out the latest viral video clips or simply watch the news live online, the amount of internet bandwidth we consume is growing," he explained.

The news comes shortly after Zen was named best ISP in PC Advisor's latest home broadband survey, with 97.6 per cent of respondents saying they would recommend the provider to a friend.

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