Skip to main content
Jump to navigation

Savings of up to £44 are currently on offer on O2 home broadband packages, thanks to the launch of an eye-catching promotion from the award-winning broadband provider.

For the duration of July, new customers signing up for O2’s home broadband packages for a year will get two months free broadband and will only pay for their landline rental. The offer applies on all home broadband packages.

After the initial two month period, those on the Standard deal pay £12.23 per month. Meanwhile, customers who have opted for the Premium and Pro offerings are charged monthly fees of £14.68 and £22.02 respectively.

The promotion cuts the cost of the Standard deal by almost £25 per year and reduces the annual cost of the Premium package by £29. The total savings on offer for Pro customers are highest, however, at £44.

O2’s home broadband is among one of the best-rated in the UK. This was highlighted when the broadband supplier scooped the award for Best Customer Service last year at Top 10 Broadband’s annual ceremony.

Since then, O2 has also been lauded for the speed of its broadband packages, which offer broadband connections of up to 20Mb. On the basis of over 310,000 speed tests captured on the broadband comparison site between March and June 2008, the company was named the UK’s fastest broadband provider.

Jessica McArdle, marketing manager at Top 10 Broadband, said: “Feedback from our community of users shows that O2 customers are among the most satisfied in the sector."

She added: “The standard of service O2 provides, coupled with the massive savings on offer, means that we anticipate take up of its latest promotion to go through the roof.”

As well as home broadband packages, O2’s product range includes an array of cheap mobile broadband and broadband laptop packages aimed at consumers who need to get on line while they are on the move.

Join the conversation

comments powered by Disqus

Stay up to date

  • Google+ Follow uSwitchTech
  • Subscribe to our RSS feed

Latest Comments

Search news