BT have announced the launch of Infinity, the first consumer broadband package to use their new next-generation access (NGA) fibre-optic network.
For £19.99 a month, customers can get download speeds of 40Mbps and upload speeds of 2 Mbps. Data is capped at 20GB and a £50 installation fee is needed.
Alternatively, customers can opt for a £24.99 a month deal which has the same up and download speeds, but without the data cap or set-up fee.
Both contracts are 18 months long.
Gavin Patterson, chief executive officer of BT Retail, said: “The internet is essential to our customers’ lives and they are demanding more and more as richer and even more compelling services become available.”
He continued: “BT Infinity gives customers the capacity and reliability they need in an instant and at a great value price they can afford. We want to give our customers the best possible online experience and are committed to rolling out super-fast speeds across the UK.”
BT’s new NGA network is open access, meaning other providers will be able to use it to boost their own services.
The Infinity service goes live on 25th January. Check it out here.