Zen Internet, one of the UK's leading ISP's has announced that it is introducing faster broadband services at no extra cost this summer.
Download speeds of up to 20Mbps and upload speeds of up to 1Mbps are what the company are hoping to achieve for it's existing residential and business customers."We have been working on this upgrade since late 2008. The final phase of tests and trials for these new faster services is due for completion this summer. We therefore fully expect to start moving existing customers over from late summer onwards and this will be done at no extra cost", said Andrew Saunders, Head of Product Management and Marketing, Zen Internet.The speed that a customer can expect will depend on how far they are from their local BT exchange, but based on current trials it is estimated that the average download speed will be between 9Mbps-13Mbps. Zen has upgraded its own network and is using elements of BT's new 21st Century Network (21CN) project to bring customers these faster broadband services. 21CN is a UK wide communication network upgrade project currently being rolled out by BT. This will involve enabling all BT exchanges for 21CN including the faster ADSL2+ broadband technology. BT plans to cover 55% of homes and businesses by March 2010, depending on demand.
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