Be Broadband managing director says goodbye

Friday, September 24th 2010
Tom Williams has announced he is to step down as managing director of Be Broadband.
Be Broadband managing director says goodbye
Be Broadband's soon-to-be ex-managing director has expressed confidence that the internet service provider (ISP) will stay on course without his leadership.

Writing on Be's blog, Tom Williams revealed he will be moving to "pastures new" to seek out a new challenge following four years with the company, during which time he has overseen the rolling out of its network.

Mr Williams said he is sad to be leaving the position behind and stated the broadband provider's staff will be able to ensure its ongoing development.

"I know for a fact they'll keep Ship Be steering in the right direction," he wrote. "I've got every faith in their immense abilities."

This news comes shortly after the ISP announced the launch of its first landline packages, which are available from £9.50 per month - a price which covers rental of the copper wire from the local exchange.

Inclusive evening and weekend calls are priced at £10.50 per month, with the Anytime package costing £13.50 per month.

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