A new study of broadband customers in the UK has seen internet service provider O2 win the Best Buy award.
The 2009 PC Advisor Broadband Survey asked over 6,500 of the magazine's readers to give feedback on the broadband services they receive, including reliability of connections, download speeds and level of customer service experienced.
O2 walked away with the Best Buy award, while broadband services from Be Broadband, PlusNet and Zen Internet were also given "recommended" status by the magazine.
Felix Geyr, O2 head of home and broadband, said the firm was "delighted" to win the award.
He added: "It has been a great year for us and we believe we have a great value product at a good price.
"Our customers get peace of mind when they buy from us with added benefits like access to free internet security, free UK customer service and no connection charges."
O2 recently informed suscribers it had found a solution to potential security issues which had been highlighted in its routers.
The company said it was fixing the problems wirelessly so customers did not need to take action themselves.