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The Post Office is giving broadband package subscribers the opportunity to take advantage of free Anytime home phone calls.

Households signing up for broadband services with the provider can save £4.50 per month for the first six months of their deal through the offer.

The deal applies to consumers signing up for the Post Office's Home Phone with Broadband Standard and Home Phone with Broadband Extra broadband deals.

With the entry-level package - which is priced at £21.40 per month - subscribers receive up to 8Mb download speeds, a 5GB usage allowance and a free modem.

Line rental is included as part of the headline price.

As well as 24/7 home phone calls to UK landlines, consumers are able to call mobile phone numbers at the weekend at no extra charge.

They can also phone landline numbers at 40 top international destinations - to keep in touch with friends and family members overseas.

Households signing up for the Home Phone with Broadband Extra package receive up to 8Mb download speeds and an unlimited usage allowance.

A free wireless broadband router is also included, allowing subscribers to access the internet on a variety of web-enabled devices.

Line rental is again included in the headline price of £26.05 per month, with subscribers able to receive free Anytime calls for the first half-year of their deal.

The free six months' offer is set to run until October 14th 2012.

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