Internet service provider Be Broadband is set to take its first steps into the home phone market later this year, according to reports.
The broadband provider has announced in its latest newsletter that it intends to bring the service online and offer internet and calls packages together for the first time from September, reports ISPreview.
Be has revealed that an evening and weekends deal will be available alongside an anytime package offering calls across 22 countries.
In addition, the company has confirmed that existing broadband customers will be able to enjoy their first month on the home phone service for free.
News of the plans has come after Be confirmed the launch of its new campaign calling for broadband providers to cut their use of buffering technology.
The Campaign to Banish Buffering has been launched now as many football fans will be using streaming video services to catch action from the World Cup.