O2 has restored the unlimited usage allowances for its higher-tier home broadband deals, it has been reported.
The firm will no longer restrict monthly data usage on its The All Rounder and The Works broadband packages.
O2 said the broadband deals had been upgraded to give consumers on these services the best possible customer experience.
"The move to truly unlimited downloads follows a review of customer activity and responds to customer needs and usage habits," the firm noted.
"Truly unlimited downloads means that O2 customers have complete peace of mind that they won't incur any extra charges or changes to their broadband package no matter how much they use it," the firm stated.
O2 explained that The Works package is primarily designed for larger households with multiple broadband users.
The 20 Mb broadband deal comes with an advanced router, and allows heavy users to have a static IP address. IT security software is also included.
Existing O2 customers pay £21 per month for this broadband package, with non-O2 mobile customers paying £26 per month. A £25.53 one-off connection fee also applies.
"The All Rounder package from O2 is for those customers who actively use music and TV online but have a slightly lighter use for their broadband needs," the firm added.
Existing O2 users are charged £12.50 per month, with non-mobile customers paying £17.50 per month.
O2 offers a third home broadband option for households seeking only basic broadband services. The Basics offers up to 20Mb download speeds, 1.3Mb uploads and a 20GB monthly usage allowance.
Subscribers also receive 100 web texts a month, a free wireless broadband router and McAfee Security Software for one computer.
Existing O2 mobile users pay £8.50 per month, rising to £13.50 for new customers.