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Time is running out for consumers to take advantage of O2's current broadband deal.

All this month, the internet service provider has been offering three months free with a number of its broadband packages.

The offer applies to three of its broadband bundles - The Basics, The All Rounder and The Works.

Households signing up for The Basics, which O2 says is "for everyday surfing and email", receive a 20GB monthly usage allowance.

The broadband deal is priced at £8.17 for O2 mobile customers and £13.28 per month for all other new subscribers.

Both The All Rounder, which is designed for downloading music and watching TV, and The Works, which is aimed at the gaming community, offer an unlimited usage allowance.

New subscribers pay £17.36 per month for The All Rounder (£12.25 for O2 mobile users) and £25.53 (£20.42) for The Works.

However, any households wishing to take advantage of O2's money-saving broadband offer must subscribe soon, as the deal is being withdrawn on Monday, February 28th.

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