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Just three weeks now remain for consumers to take advantage of O2's current three months free broadband deal.

Since last month, the internet service provider has been offering this special discount on a number of its broadband packages.

Consumers signing up for O2's The Basics, The All Rounder and The Works broadband deals receive their first three months' internet services for free, paying only a landline fee until month four of their deal.

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".

Meanwhile, the £12.25 per month All Rounder and £20.42 The Works packages offer unlimited data allowances, which may appeal to gamers and consumers who download films and music.

However, O2 is withdrawing the broadband deal on February 28th 2011, meaning consumers need to decide soon whether this is the deal for them.

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