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Internet service provider (ISP) O2 has launched a new online tech support solution for its mobile and home-based broadband bundle customers.

The YouTube service gives O2 customers free support and advice on how to get the most out of their internet connection - be it mobile or landline-based.

O2 Guru TV is open to anyone - including people who are not currently subscribed to a broadband internet deal through the ISP.

Sally Cowdry, Marketing Director at O2, said: "O2 Gurus are our most passionate and knowledge experts.

"We know how much customers value our in-store Gurus and with the launch of O2 Guru TV we're making it even easier for anyone to get technical help and advice from O2."

Recently, ISP Be Broadband claimed that many of its customers are excited about the latest mobile internet-capable gadgets - including the iPad 2.

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