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Time is rapidly running out to sign up for Be Broadband’s credit crunch-defying broadband package, which is available only through Top 10 Broadband.

The deal saw Top 10 Broadband unite with junior broadband provider Be to offer cash-strapped Britons the first six months of their contract at half-price. In order to take advantage of the offer, customers must visit the Be page of the site and then sign up online and enter the promotional code TopOffer.

All of the UK broadband provider’s 12-month broadband packages are included in the incentive. These include the entry-level Be Value deal, which is priced at £6.75 per month for the first six months and £13.50 thereafter. This entitles subscribers to an 8Mb broadband connection speed. Meanwhile, the Be Unlimited deal, which promises a broadband connection speed of up to 24Mb, is £8.75 per month for the initial six-month period and £17.50 for the remainder of the contract.

Finally, heavy broadband users can also benefit in the form of cut-price terms on the Be Pro deal. This also offers a connection speed of 24Mb and will cost just £10.75 per month for six-months and £21.50 afterwards.

All of Be’s wireless broadband deals come with a free wireless router, free 24-7 customer support and offer unlimited downloads. However, the Be Unlimited package adds a static IP address, while the Be Pro deal includes a static IP address and a huge monthly upload limit of 2.5Mb.

Be recently signaled a change of strategy earlier this month when it announced the introduction of 12-month contracts on its broadband deals. Previously only three-month terms were available. The broadband supplier is also currently undergoing a re-branding exercise, which is expected to see it drop its distinctive pink logo. A new website is also being planned.

However, the broadband internet supplier continues to heavily market its services to the gaming community. This approach was in evidence at the Gadget Show Live in Birmingham earlier this month where Be had a heavy presence and offered visitors to its stall the chance to win a cutting-edge Alienware gaming laptop.

Gamers already form a significant part of Be’s customer base, attracted by the fact that its service minimizes ‘ping’ – the delay in responsiveness that can occur when slower, less reliable broadband connections are used.

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