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Internet service provider O2 has extended its two months' free broadband offer until the end of February, it has been reported.

The firm originally planned to withdraw the subscription offer at the end of January, but the promotion will now run for another month.

Each of the three O2 broadband packages – Standard, Premium and Pro - is available to users under the terms of the deal.

With O2 Broadband Pro priced at £17.50 a month, the offer enables subscribers to save up to £35 on their broadband package.

New O2 customers can also benefit from unlimited downloads, McAfee security software, free customer support and a wireless router.

The broadband provider recently scrapped the one-off connection fee on its 24-month contract laptop and mobile internet bundles.

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