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Two months free broadband @ BE Broadband

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[mod] 7y, 2m agoFound 7 years, 2 months ago
Instructions:BE have launched a two months free offer. This is only available on their 12 month products:

BE Value, BE Pro and BE Unlimited.

Just enter the code 2monthsfree on purchase.

This code is valid until 31st August 2009.

BE also have a 9 month contract available on BE Pro and BE unlimited, the same cost per month as the 12 month contract, but less ccommitment!
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[mod] 7y, 2m agoFound 7 years, 2 months ago

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Given that O2 Broadband uses the same lines as Be (they're sister companies) and have the same 2 month free deal with also £50 cashback through Quidco or, I'd say it's better to go with O2.

Other benefits, if you're an O2 mobile customer then the monthly O2 broadband fee is cheaper and you also get free web texts. Customer service is based in UK for O2 which a lot of people prefer, I think it's in Bulgaria for Be.

Only thing to watch out for is to make sure you're in an O2 unbundled area (i.e. can obtain their LLU service) or otherwise you'll end up with their "Access" package which is basically using BT's lines and therefore appalling. To check whether or not you are in an O2 unbundled area, go to SamKnows (which is usually fairly accurate), after entering post code/telephone number, look on the right hand side under "LLU operator presence" and see if O2/Be is enabled at your local exchange.
This code expired on 6 Sep 09 at the latest (it vanished from their site before then, when they started their new 9m contracts, which remain poorer value than o2 - especially the Be Value (8Mbps cap) which is more expensive than o2 Premium (24Mbps) over the first year AND ongoing!

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