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Be Broadband and Cerberus Networks have joined forces in order to create a new reseller programme aimed at business broadband providers.

As reported by ISPreview, the new partnership will give access to Be's unbundled ADSL2+ broadband network, which has speeds of up to 24Mb.

Bob Hendy, Director at Cerberus Networks, said: "With so many people now talking about ADSL2+, this is the perfect time to tell people about the BE network and the real competitive advantages offered by partnering with us."

In addition, Cerberus Networks is offering free activation during August, as well as up to two months' free rental.

The partnership has more than 1,200 enabled exchanges, meaning that it can reach 80 per cent of the UK.

Tom Williams, Operations Director at Be, added: "With our services outperforming the competition on reliability and speed, this partnership will offer significant value to business customers and open up the availability of our services to a broader market."

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