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The launch of O2's new broadband and home phone package has been delayed, it has been announced.

While the company was intending to introduce the offering this month, a spokesperson has revealed to ISPreview.co.uk that it is now likely to be introduced "later in the spring".

The delay has been put down to the firm aiming to ensure the package offers customers the best possible service when it reaches the market.

Speaking to the website, the representative outlined that the company did the same with its home broadband service.

The spokesperson added: "The result has been an award-winning product which now has over half a million subscribers and the most satisfied broadband customers of any of the main providers in the market."

At the end of last month, O2 confirmed the launch of new mobile broadband tariffs, including one deal which offers 1GB per month with unlimited Wi-Fi on either a 30-day or 18-month contract.

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