Internet service provider (ISP) Be Broadband is withdrawing its legacy Be Value package, in a move which will affect some subscribers.
The 8Mb broadband deal, which offered a 40GB usage allowance, will cease to exist on March 31st 2011, reports ISPreview.co.uk.
In its latest newsletter, the ISP outlined the two options available to remaining subscribers, saying it hoped these would suit loyal customers.
Be Broadband is offering to upgrade customers to the current Be Value broadband tariff, which offers up to 12Mb speeds and an unlimited data allowance.
Customers wishing to explore this option do not need to contact the ISP, as the change will take effect automatically on March 31st.
However, with this package offering faster download speeds and no monthly data limit, legacy consumers would be faced with a slight price increase.
Alternatively, Be is offering to cancel the contracts of subscribers with no penalties, even if they are still within their minimum contract term.
Last month, the ISP announced that Chris Stenning had assumed the role of Managing Director, which had recently been vacated by Tom Williams.