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O2 has launched its newest broadband offering before Christmas, tempting customers with a 20Mb service.

Those currently signed up with O2 for their mobile phone will be able to pay less than £10 (£9.79) per month for the latest deal.

For non mobile customers, a price of £14.69 has been put on the package, which interested parties will be happy to note is subject to no usage allowance.

Peter Rampling, marketing director at O2, said that the launch was following on from a successful 12 months for the provider.

He commented: "We were voted No 1 for customer satisfaction by Top 10 Broadband and won other awards from PC Pro, Moneysupermarket.com and Computer Shopper magazines.

Continuing: "And with the new Broadband services providing even better value, speed and service we think both new and existing customers are going to love them even more."

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