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October 9, 2008

Capital idea by Be Broadband


by David Allen

Commuters to some of London’s busiest rail stations could be in for a treat over the next couple of weeks as Be Broadband begins a two-week marketing campaign for their broadband service at Paddington, Victoria, Liverpool Street and Canary Wharf stations.

Be Broadband has been for a long time the favourite internet service provider for those internet users who are considered to be heavy users, but they feel that their broadband is also good for gamers and media professionals.

Commuters will be greeted by posters and other marketing material which will include capsules that contain massage seats and plasma TVs.

Visitors will be given free drinks, 1 Gb memory sticks and the opportunity to find out what broadband speed they could be getting by entering their home telephone numbers into a computer.

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