BT is to offer a new 1Mbps IPStream broadband wholesale product for £23 plus VAT per month, available from 20 November.
Priced at £10 per month more than BT's 512Kbps service, Home1000 is being offered for £5 per month less than BT's business-class 1Mbps offering, Office1000, and with a contention ratio of 50:1.
BT claimed that it had taken 4,000 orders from 50 service providers since it began trials of the service just under three weeks ago.
The wholesaler is charging ISPs a £50 connection fee, or a £35 upgrade fee for existing subscribers, although it is unclear whether these charges will be passed on to users.
"We began trials of the new, faster 1Mbit/s service on October 6, and it became immediately apparent that there is strong consumer demand for it," said Bruce Stanford, director of products, BT Wholesale Markets.
Bulldog Communication is to resell the service for £27.99 plus VAT per month (£32.89 inc. VAT) under the AllTime 100050:1 brand.
The ISP said that the service is available immediately to consumers living within a 3.5km line length of DSL broadband-enabled exchanges.
Cable operators Telewest and NTL have provided 1Mbps services for some time. Telewest's offering is priced at £39.99 per month, or £35 per month with another service from the operator, while NTL charges £34.99 per month.
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