O2 have restructured the pricing of their home phone and broadband packages and they now appear to be even better value than before.
The landline rental has been reduced from £9.50 a month to just £7.50 and the basic (LLU) broadband, which is now £8 a month (previously £7.50), has been increased from upto 8Mb to upto 20Mb speeds.
The basic combined package of broadband and line rental now works out at just £15.50 a month - previously £17. And don't forget the first 3 months on all broadband packages are FREE.
The basic broadband does come with a 20Gb per month cap but I'd imagine that's more than enough for most people.
There's also £50 cashback available via Quidco and Topcashback but if you're patient (going on previous form) this will likely rise to somewhere in the region of £70 to £120 sometime in the next few weeks.
Remember you must be an O2 mobile phone customer (either contract or PAYG topping up by £10 every 3 months) to take advantage of the discounted broadband price (otherwise it's an extra £5pm) and you need to take broadband in order to take their Home Phone.