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AOL has replaced its existing broadband packages with a new bundles, it has been reported.

According to a report from Ispnews.com, the broadband provider has introduced new bundles which include Wireless Plus options.

The firm has also launched a new lower-priced service called Wireless, which offers users up 8mbps, which bundles 10GBs of monthly usage with a free-of-charge Wi-Fi router for £14.99. The offer-price also includes set-up and connection.

Wireless also incorporates AOL's Talk Evenings & Weekends telephone service for customers who live within the firm's unbundled coverage areas.

Those outside the catchment area will, however, pay an extra £19.99 per month.

News of AOL's new deals comes after the broadband provider recently confirmed that it had halted its bundle deal whereby customers signing a 24-month contract were given a free Dell laptop worth around £300.


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