UK internet service provider (ISP) O2 is continuing to promote its latest discount broadband deal.
The firm, which has spent the last couple of months urging consumers to tackle their broadband niggles and narks, has taken out an advert in the national press to promote its current lower prices.
Advertising in the Metro, O2 reminded customers that they can access web services for £9.50 a month for three months when signing up for an O2 home broadband and phone bundle.
Ordinarily, the ISP's Home Broadband deal is priced at £17 per month for consumers signing up on a 12-month contract.
Included in the deal are free evening landline calls, providing they are shorter than 60 minutes in duration.
The offer is set to run for a further six weeks, before drawing to a close on August 17th 2010.