The cable broadband provider, Virgin Media, is relaxing the traffic management restrictions on downloads for all customers at peak times.
This announcement follows the firm’s rollout of its latest technology, the DOCSIS 3.0 network.
From now on customers will be able to download more during the peak hours of 10am to 3pm.
Subscribers to the 10 Mb L package will be able to download up to 3 Gb, users of the 20 Mb XL service with get a massive 7 Gb limit, while customers who can get the 50 Mb service will still be able to download as much as they like.
Virgin Media says that it is able to do this because of the upgrading of the network.
In the latest quarterly results the company announced that its customer base has increased to 3.73 million.