Be Broadband has launched a two-months free broadband promotion to celebrate its recent success in the Internet Services Providers’ Association Awards (ISPA) 2010.
The cut-price offer, which Be has launched after scooping the award for Best Consumer Fixed Broadband at the ceremony, is on offer to all subscribers who take either the Pro or Unlimited broadband package for 12 months.
To qualify for the savings, consumers must sign up online before the end of July and cite the promotional code ‘FREEMONTHS’.
Under the terms of the deal, takers will pay only for their landline rental during the initial two months of their contract term and will be charged nothing for their internet connection.
After this point, Unlimited and Pro customers will be liable for a charge of £17.88 and £21.97 per month respectively for broadband.
The Unlimited deal offers a super-fast connection of up to 24Mb (depending on location), an upload speed of up to 1.3Mb and no monthly download limit – making it ideal for heavy downloaders.
Be’s Pro package is optimised for online gaming and also features a headline 24Mb broadband connection speed and unlimited downloads. The package differs from Unlimited by offering a maximum upload speed of 2.5Mb.
Both products entitle customers to a static IP address and 24/7 customer support from Be’s team of technology experts, with a range of contact options for Be operatives on offer - including live chat, email, support tickets via Be’s site and phone.
Customers can also harness the collective wisdom of Be's active user community, which regularly weighs in on its site messageboards to assist customers who are experiencing technical faults.
Additionally included with either product option is a WiFi router, so that a single connection can be shared among multiple broadband enabled devices. The model supplied is ADSL 2+ enabled with four ports.
Judges at the ISPA ceremony praised Be for its bonding and contention, as well as the clarity of its pricing and value for money.
Later this year, Be plans to build on its success in the standalone broadband market with the launch of landline home phone services and bundles phone and broadband deals.