O2 introduces Home Broadband across UK

O2 has introduced its Home Broadband across the UK, following launch of the service in October 2007, with the aim of offering a high quality service to the market.

O2 said the Home Broadband Access service is available in homes throughout the UK, with BT's wholesale network used to reach potential O2 Home and Business Broadband customers in areas where the local BT telephone exchange has not been unbundled.

The service offers free connection and wireless router, free UK-based 24/7 customer service and unlimited downloads.

In addition, O2 Business Broadband is available for small businesses, providing a cost effective, business grade package compatible with BT analog lines, offering speeds of up to 20Mbps.

It offers the benefits of the Home Broadband service along with five McAfee security licences, enhanced service support for businesses, a static IP address and dual SSID.

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