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O2 has launched a new broadband offer geared towards consumers who enjoy gaming.

Any consumer signing up to the firm's The All Rounder or The Works broadband packages is entitled to a £50 discount on two leading consoles.

The discount broadband deal applies to the Xbox 360 and Kinect - giving entertainment fans two exciting options, reports Mobile News.

With £50 knocked off the normal asking price, this reduces the cost of a 250GB Xbox 360 from £199.99 to £149.99 and a Kinect from £129.99 to £79.99.

Customers also receive a one-year membership to online gaming platform Xbox Live Gold membership for £1.

And 2,100 Microsoft Points - which gives gamers access to special in-game features - are also included.

Adding to the appeal of the broadband offer, new subscribers to The All Rounder and The Works can take advantage of six months' free broadband services.

O2 describes The All Rounder broadband package as being "great for smaller households".

The broadband deal, which comes on a 12-month contract, offers up to 20Mb download speeds, an unlimited usage allowance and free 24/7 customer services support.

Prices start from £17.50 per month, although customers who have been with O2 mobile for more than two years receive a £5 per month discount.

For households requiring faster upload speeds, The Works may be a more suitable broadband option.

This £26 per month broadband deal, which is also cheaper for long-term O2 mobile subscribers, enables users to upload at a rate of 2.5Mb.

Both broadband packages come with a 'Best' router included, which features double-strength wireless for longer range.

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