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Openreach is contemplating the launch of a new offer which would cut the price of fibre broadband installation for BT network users.

The firm - responsible for managing BT's infrastructure - said it is keen to incentivise the adoption of fibre broadband services in the UK.

And as such, it is considering a "fixed term connection price special offer" on the installation of fibre lines, reports ISPreview.co.uk.

But before committing to any such deal, Openreach wants to gauge the opinion of communication providers and assess their level of interest.

The firm has invited firms to contact their sales and relationship manager to discuss the potential for reduced connection prices.

"We are looking to complete our review quickly," Openreach added.

The firm is requesting all enquiries relating to the potential price offer are made by Friday September 13th 2013.

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