Internet Advisor magazine has been renamed Internet & Broadband Advisor to reflect the growth in high-speed internet connections.
The move coincides with a new look aimed at attracting the magazine’s existing dial-up users as well as an increasing number of new broadband users.
Editor Graham Barlow said: “Broadband is everywhere you look these days and people are starting to consider it an essential service, on a par with their phone line, when buying a house.”
He added: “The new-look magazine targets broadband users looking for new ways to use their super-fast connections, along with narrowband users who are thinking of making the jump up to broadband.”
The first issue under the new name also features a guide to finding the best holiday deals on the big travel websites and a listing of the main broadband internet service providers.
Internet & Broadband Advisor is published by Future with a cover price of £4.99.