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Be Broadband has confirmed plans to trial the new home phone and landline service that it is set to launch later this year.

The company's official blog has announced that the provider is seeking Be members and non-subscribers to take part in a pilot to see if the service is fully operational and ready to launch to all customers.

Consumers who are keen to get involved have been told they need to sign up online by July 9th to participate in the scheme.

Head of Be Broadband, Tom Williams, said subscribers to the service would benefit from receiving both internet and phone services from the provider.

He added: "There's also the convenience of a single monthly bill and our members should be able to save a little bit of money compared to what they currently pay for a BT line."

Details of the pilot have come after Be recently launched a campaign calling for broadband providers to no longer use buffering on their customers' connections.

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