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O2 has decided to scrap its Business Broadband offer, to be replaced with a package called Pro.

An unlimited usage allowance will complement download speeds of up to 20Mb and upload speeds of up to 2.5Mb, reports Broadband Genie.

The new Pro deal will also replace the Ultimate package and will come with 500 free web texts for those signing up, along with a free wireless router.

O2 customers can expect to pay 17.13 per month, while those who are not contract holders with the provider will have to fork out £22.02 per month.

New pay-as-you-go mobile broadband deals were recently launched by O2, offering a 1GB download allowance for £7.50 per month, with dongles retailing at £29.99.

Subscribers will also enjoy access to over 6,000 wireless hotspots via The Cloud network as part of the pay-as-you-go deal.

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