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August 4, 2009

TalkTalk testing 40 Mbps broadband


by David Allen

The latest firm to embrace fibre optic technology will be TalkTalk.

The internet service provider is planning a trial of next gen broadband in the Whitchurch area of Cardiff, as well as Muswell Hill in London.

The trials are due to begin this month and are expected to run until sometime in January next year.

Customers of TalkTalk selected to take part in the trials will be offered a new-style router and modem.

This will be under the ISP’s Essentials phone and broadband package.

As part of the deal the customers will be getting unlimited downloads in order for them to gauge just how the 40 Mbps broadband service performs under realistic conditions.

What makes it even better for these lucky customers is that all of this will be provided free of charge.

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