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Internet service provider (ISP) Be Broadband will be looking for a new Managing Director after current incumbent Tom Williams announced plans to leave the company.

Writing in the Be Blog, he said he was moving on to pastures new after four years with the ISP, a subsidiary of O2.

Mr Williams has not announced a departure date as yet, nor given any indication as to who will replace him at the head of the company.

He said he was sad to be leaving the firm having joined in the early stages of its development, and would take away plenty of happy memories.

"From rolling out the Be network to getting caught in a snowstorm at the Be Social in Edinburgh, my adventures with the Be team will be tough to forget," Mr Williams noted.

He said he was sure that the ISP would be placed in good hands and continue to provide consumers with the highest levels of customer service.

Be recently announced the launch of its new landline service, and associated home phone and broadband bundles.

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