BE Broadband to enter bundles market

Friday, June 25th 2010
Home broadband firm BE is to launch its own landline service.
BE Broadband to enter bundles market
Broadband bundles from BE Broadband will become a reality from September when the company plans to launch its own landline service, it has been announced.

In an email to customers, the firm set out some of the details of the move that will see the firm take on the likes of O2 and Virgin Media in the broadband bundles market.

The company will offer customers three separate home phone deals that can be integrated into a single monthly bill with their existing home broadband contract.

Costs have not so far been finalised, but BE said that there would be savings over the standard BT contract.

BE also said it would offer the first month free for anyone signing up within the first three months after the September launch.

Ofcom recently announced that it would easier for customers using an existing BT, TalkTalk or Virgin Media landline to switch provider after the firms agreed to significantly lower their early termination contract charges.

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