UK internet service provider (ISP) O2 is gearing up to offer home phone services to its broadband users, it has been reported.
The ISP, which had planned to offer landline services from March, is now selling home phone and broadband bundles, reports ISPreview.
According to the news provider, registrations for the service are being welcomed via the company website.
"We are offering the service to a small number of customers who are coming to the end of their broadband contracts," commented an O2 spokesperson.
"The full launch of O2 Home Phone is coming very soon."
Last week, the broadband provider announced plans to launch two new laptops, each integrated with 3G mobile broadband services.
The firm revealed that the Asus UL30A and Samsung N150 netbook would be available exclusively to its broadband customers.