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Be Broadband is continuing to work towards the launch of fibre broadband services, it has been claimed.

The service provider - which is owned by O2 - said it "continues to work behind the scenes on possible fibre products".

"We’re aware of the demand for fibre across the land of Be and we’re working on that," the firm stated in its blog.

Compared to many of its rivals, Be Broadband has been a slow mover in the race to fibre connectivity.

However, a recent Ofcom report identified the firm's ADSL2+ broadband products as the fastest in the UK.

"Our download speeds were the fastest overall, on average over 24 hours and at peak times," Be Broadband stated.

The firm's copper-based service offers, on average, up to 10.9Mb speeds over a 24-hour period, and up to 10.7Mb at peak times.

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