Be Broadband has announced plans to meet up with its customers in the north of England, as it continues to seek service feedback for subscribers.
The internet service provider (ISP), which prides itself on customer relationship management, is heading to Sheffield after the South Yorkshire city topped a forum poll for the next Be Social destination.
A date and venue for the October meet-up are yet to be announced, and the firm is looking for further input from its customers before finalising any plans.
The announcement comes after the staging of the latest Be Social on Oxford Street, London, which was attended by 40 customers despite heavy rain.
Be Broadband said the event - which was attended by representatives from Technicolor, manufacturers of the ISP's new wireless broadband modem - had been another success, and thanked its subscribers for coming along.
"It's great to hear your feedback about Be but also just to talk gadgets and share some laughs," the firm added.
Last month, Be's Managing Director Tom Williams announced plans to leave the ISP, although he gave no indication as to who will replace him at the head of the company.