O2 updates mobile broadband tariffs

Monday, March 1st 2010
Leading broadband provider O2 has announced that it is launching a number of new options for those looking to access the internet on the move.
O2 updates mobile broadband tariffs
Leading broadband provider O2 has announced that it is updating its mobile broadband tariffs.

The company has confirmed that the changes will create a system that is easier to follow for consumers.

Among the new options that have become available are a 1GB per month tariff which provides unlimited Wi-Fi. This is available on either a 30-day or 18-month contract.

This is in addition to O2's existing mobile broadband tariff, which provides 3GB with unlimited Wi-Fi for £15 per month, with an 18-month contract receiving the first month for free.

In each of these situations, the company's excessive usage policy and standard terms fully apply.

Sally Cowdry, marketing director, has highlighted the fact that customers' habits are increasingly changing and becoming more demanding with their connections.

Earlier this month, research by SIRODA found that O2's broadband packages were the best in the UK in terms of speed, with the fastest average web page access in London clocking in at 1.7 seconds.

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