Vodafone is set to launch super-fast home broadband services next month, it has been reported.
According to the Guardian, the broadband provider will introduce fixed-line telecoms services in a number of regions in June 2015. A full national rollout will follow later in the year.
The company acquired the network assets of Cable & Wireless in 2012 and has spent the past year connecting the cables to BT telephone exchanges around the UK.
This means Vodafone now has a residential broadband network of its own ready to activate.
Also on the agenda for 2015 is the launch of connected TV, as Vodafone prepares to unveil quad-play broadband bundles.
The company hopes its ability to offer home broadband, landline, 4G mobile and TV packages will dissuade customers from switching to the likes of BT, Sky and Virgin Media.
Vodafone Chief Executive Vittorio Colao said: "We will have a very compelling TV offer which is going to be very modern by definition because it’s the last to market."