Internet service provider (ISP) BE has announced that it will be increasing the cost of its broadband deals for new customers.
The new pricing structure will come into effect at the start of April and some of the firm's monthly broadband deals will increase in cost by more than 20 per cent.
Existing customers already signed up to a BE broadband deal will not be affected by the price increases.
In an official statement, the ISP said: "We agreed that we shouldn't change prices for members already using these products."
The firm's BE Value package will increase in price from £14.08 to £17.
BE Unlimited broadband will soon cost £22 per month for new customers - up from £18.26 - and the companies BE Pro package will increase by £4.66 per month to £27.
All of the broadband deals are subject to a 12-month minimum contract and come with free connection and a free wireless router.
Short, three-month contracts are also available, but BE charges a one-off set-up fee of £25 on these broadband deals.
O2 recently announced it was putting up its prices for existing customers as a means of improving service levels.