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Internet service provider Be Broadband has announced it has partnered with online storage firm Livedrive.

As part of the agreement, Be's customers now have the chance to get a 35 per cent discount on services offered by the company, which adds a virtual drive to PCs that can then be accessed from any internet browser using a unique web address.

Subscribers can take advantage of the deal by logging on to the broadband provider's forum and following the steps provided.

Oli White, Head of Marketing at Be, said the company is always on the lookout for partnerships which will benefit its customers.

He added: "It's these kind of services that break down the barriers between online and offline and let Be members 'Create the New' wherever they are."

Be recently revealed that it is sponsoring the upcoming IT event Barcamp London 7, which is taking place in the capital from October 24th.

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