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UK households still have another two months to take advantage of BT's Winter Warmer broadband deal.

Despite the arrival of spring, the internet service provider (ISP) will continue to offer three months' free broadband and home phone services until May 12th 2011.

Since the start of January, BT has been running the promotion on its Broadband and Anytime Calls package to customers taking out an 18-month contract.

Ordinarily priced at £16 per month, the broadband deal offers up to 20Mb download speeds, a 10GB usage allowance and free Wi-Fi minutes.

Consumers can make unlimited calls to UK landlines throughout the week, and BT will install a new phone line for those who do not have one – potentially saving another £130.

Meanwhile, the ISP is continuing to offer three months' reduced-price internet and calls to households signing up for its Infinity fibre broadband deals.

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