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Consumers still have plenty of time to take advantage of O2's current discount broadband deals.

The internet service provider (ISP) is offering three months free on a number of its broadband packages, enabling new subscribers to make significant savings.

Households registering for O2's The Basics, The All Rounder and The Works broadband deals can all avoid paying a penny – landline fee aside – until the fourth month of their contract.

The Basics, which has a 20GB usage allowance and costs £8.17 per month, is described as being "ideal for everyday surfing and email use", while the £12.25 All Rounder package is unlimited, making it appropriate for those looking to download music and watch TV over the internet.

O2 says The Works, which costs £20.42 per month if the subscriber also has a mobile contract with the ISP, is best for movies and online gaming.

The three months free offer is not scheduled to draw to a close until February 28th 2011, meaning consumers still have a number of weeks to make their decision.

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