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O2 has revamped its home broadband deals to offer new and existing customers a £100 M&S voucher for signing up.

People taking O2's home broadband packages can spend the voucher in store or online at the high street retailer, as well as enjoying the benefits of superfast broadband.

Furthermore, O2 has combined the offer with its 12 months' half-price deal on its broadband packages, providing customers with additional savings on their monthly bills in addition to assistance with their shopping bills.

Those taking the Basics package will receive 12 months' half-price broadband, paying just £6.75 a month compared to the normal price of £13.50, but still enjoying all the perks of the company's broadband services.

These included 20Gb downloads a month, a free McAfee licence to enhance online protection, a standard wireless router, enabling Wi-Fi connection throughout the home, and free 24/7 phone assistance from O2's UK-based call centre.

Existing O2 mobile customers pay even less for the Basics package, at just £4.25 a month, compared to the normal price of £8.50, and also receive a router, McAfee protection and telephone assistance.

Those wanting to double up their broadband package with landline calls can also take O2's Home Phone and Evening and Weekend calls package for an extra £13.00 per month.

This includes line rental and comes with unlimited evening and weekend calls to UK landlines and 600 minutes of free evening and weekend minutes to 0845/0870 numbers.

Alternatively, for an extra £16.50 a month, customers can take the Anytime home phone package, which also includes line rental and comes with unlimited calls to UK landlines at any time and 600 mins of calls to 0845/0870 numbers, as well as 600 mins of calls to landlines in 22 international countries and 25 per cent off mobile daytime calls.

Those wanting to take advantage of the home broadband deals need to act fast, as the offers end on April 28th.

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