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TalkTalk has launched a new SIM-only offer for home phone and broadband subscribers, enabling them to build money-saving triple-play bundles.

The broadband provider is now allowing customers to bundle high-speed broadband, unlimited evening and weekend home phone calls, landline calls to mobile numbers, mobile minutes and text messages.

As a result, consumers can take advantage of significant overall savings. TalkTalk's new triple-play broadband, home phone and mobile bundles start from just £27.10 per month.

The first SIM-only tariff, TalkTalk Mobile 5, offers 50 texts and 50 minutes of calls to UK mobile and landline numbers for just £5 a month.

And according to the broadband provider, this makes it "perfect for budget-conscious customers who are looking for a low-cost deal".

Meanwhile TalkTalk Mobile 15 – which is geared at heavier users, and those who enjoy mobile browsing - offers 400 minutes of calls, unlimited texts and 500MB of data for £15 a month.

Tristia Clarke, Commercial Director at TalkTalk, said the new packages ensure that the firm now has a range of tariffs that suit all broadband and calls customers, whatever they are looking for.

She claimed that TalkTalk can meet customers' needs whether they are budget-conscious customers who just want a basic package of calls and texts, or tech-savvy smartphone users who need lots of data.

"For just £27.10, our customers can get a fantastic value triple-play deal," Ms Clarke explained.

"And for under £40 a month, they can get super-fast broadband, unlimited landline calls from their home phone, 500 minutes of free calls to UK mobiles, and now 400 minutes of free calls from their mobile, unlimited texts and 0.5GB of data."

She claimed that this is "an unbeatable deal" for broadband bundle subscribers in the UK.

TalkTalk customers who take the 100 or 500 Mobile minutes boost with Mobile 15 will also get a £5 discount from their bill each month.

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