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O2 Broadband has slashed prices for its three broadband offers for a limited period, it has been announced.

Under the terms of the revamped deals, the price of the Standard offer, which allows subscribers up to 8mb unlimited usage, will drop from £17.50 to £12.50.

Meanwhile, the Premium deal will drop from £20 to £15 and the Ultimate deal will be re-priced from £25 to £20.

These entitle subscribers to up to 16mb and 20mb of unlimited usage respectively.

All three deals include a free O2 wireless box, free connection and 100 web texts per month and are only available between January 1st and April 30th.

O2's pay monthly mobile telephone customers will pay £5 less for each deal.

Since launching last October, O2's broadband offers have performed well in the competitive UK market, with the ISP recently being named the top broadband provider in a poll conducted by

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