o2 broadband

o2-signupnowVerdict. “Great broadband offers for both the home and broadband on the go. o2 offer broadband speeds of up to 20mb. Go with the masses and join o2 broadband.”

Pro. “Great broadband speeds for some great prices. o2 mobile phone users get even better deals.”

Con. “Check the small print. Unlimited downloads does not actually mean unlimited – it means 30Gb per month.”

o2 broadband products

Broadband Package Advertised Speed Monthy Downloads Contract length Total Price – 1st Year*
o2 Broadband – Standard upto 8Mb Unlimited 12 months £150.00o2 broadband
o2 Broadband – Premium upto 16Mb Unlimited 12 months £180.00o2 broadband
o2 Broadband – Ultimate upto 20Mb Unlimited 12 months £240.00o2 broadband

Find out more on the o2 internet website, o2 broadband

* The simplist broadband pricing around, well done o2.

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  1. Diane Johnson on October 11th, 2008 2:40 pm

    Your Editor’s choice states Madasafish at £9.99 per month, yet when you go on to their website, the cheapest is £11.99 per month for first six months.!!!!!

    Dont think much to the correctness of information and doesn’t encourage me to look at any of the others. Paying a lot at the moment with Demon at £19.99 per month.

  2. Mac Broadband on October 18th, 2008 2:02 pm

    Hi Diane,

    I apologise for your confusion – but – but the Madasafish pricing is correct.

    Madasafish are currently offering £9.99 / month for the broadband package. They do sometimes fluctuate their pricing between £9.99 and £11.99 but they have been charging an introductory price of £9.99 since about April 2008.

    We also have a discount for Madasafish please visit my Broadband Deals page for further information.

    Robin

  3. Hamzah on February 18th, 2010 6:37 pm

    I’m using o2 broadband and I’m having loads of problems with my macbook connecting the other laptops that we have work fine, when I run windows or Linux on the macbook it connects fine its only in OsX that I have problems…

  4. Geza on November 11th, 2011 7:02 pm

    I got my MAC code from Virgin and I`d like to go to O2 BUT I don`t know when is my contract ending.
    Should I know that or the MAC code is enough itself and the 2 companies can do the swap over themselves (and not to switch me earlier to the new ISP)?
    Virgin activated my phone line last year on 5 December but I moved into my flat on 18 December and the BB runs from that date. So my phone bills runs from the 5th and the BB from the 18th. (nobody was living in this flat before I moved in for 2 months.)
    Thanks for any help!

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