O2 has launched a new broadband deal designed to appeal to online gamers in particular.
The service provider is now offering up to six months' free broadband services on its The All Rounder and The Works packages when consumers sign up on a 12-month contract.
Consumers who have been with O2 Mobile for two years qualify for the full home broadband discount - others are entitled to three months' free service.
In addition, O2 is also giving away three Kinect-compatible Xbox 360 games to all new subscribers.
People signing up before January 31st 2013 can get their hands on Nike+ Kinect, Forza Horizon and Nat Geo Kinect TV at no extra charge.
"The three free games offer entertainment for all the family," O2 stated.
"Nike+ Kinect is your free personal trainer and Forza Horizon is the ultimate racing game. Plus Kinect Nat Geo TV will transport your kids to animal habitats around the world, teaching them through play about the animal kingdom without ever leaving the living room."
In order to qualify for the offer, consumers need to quote the 'Xbox' voucher code when ordering.
O2's The All Rounder broadband package offers high-speed downloads of up to 16Mb, an unlimited monthly usage allowance and a free wireless router.
Consumers also gain access to three McAfee internet security licences and freephone help 24/7.
The broadband deal is priced at £12.50 a month, plus a connection charge from £25.53 depending on the status of the user's landline.
O2's The Works package offers up to 16Mb download speeds, unlimited usage, a free wireless router, five McAfee internet security licences and freephone help 24/7.
Subscribers also receive a static IP address and faster upload speeds - ideal for online gamers seeking a high quality user experience.
The Works is priced at £21 a month plus a connection fee.