O2 is the first mainstream Internet Service Provider to offer a package that caters for both mobile broadband and landline users.
They have upped their game and bundled O2 Mobile Broadband Package and O2's Home Broadband Standard Package for only £20 per month, to finally offer a competitive Internet package that has seen them join the mobile broadband war.
With over 30,000 people signing up to mobile broadband each week in the UK, O2 are now in with a chance of having a slice of the pie, which has seen Vodafone and Three stuffing their faces in recent months.
O2's home broadband package offers up to an 8Mbps download speed with mobile broadband speeds up to 1.8Mbps.
The joint offer is available for customers signing up to O2 Mobile Broadband between 1 August and 31 October 2008 and who live within the O2 Home Broadband network. This is approximately 60 per cent of the UK population. The deal is also available to existing O2 Mobile and Home Broadband customers.
Customers wanting to upgrade to a higher speed package or not covered by O2's broadband network will receive a £7.50 per month discount on their chosen plan for 12 months.
In addition to mobile broadband bundles, the company have also launched its O2 Home Broadband Takeaway, which will be available from 4th August 2008.
This package consists of kit that includes a wireless router and all that is necessary for customers to start using O2's Home broadband. It appears to be aimed at customers who don't want to wait for O2's employees to turn up at their home for installation and the initial £30 cost of the box will be credited to customer's first broadband bill.
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