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Zen Internet is now offering a free connection and wireless router to fibre broadband subscribers.

The broadband provider is running the promotion on its super-fast broadband deals, which are available from £23 per month.

Customers signing up on a 24-month contract are now able to avoid engineer charges, and also the cost of paying for a Wi-Fi router.

They receive a TG582n wireless broadband router free with their package, providing users with much greater flexibility.

Zen Internet is running the broadband deal until January 6th 2013, meaning there are over two weeks to take advantage of the promotion.

The firm's entry-level broadband package - Fibre Lite - offers up to 38Mb download speeds, 1.9Mb uploads and a 20GB usage allowance for £23 per month.

Fibre Active offers 76Mb download speeds, 1.9Mb uploads and a 100GB usage allowance for £29.50 per month, while Fibre Pro offers double the usage allowance for £38 per month.

Zen Internet's Fibre Office is priced at £55 per month, for which subscribers receive a 400GB usage allowance, while Fibre Office Plus offers 1,000GB for £65 per month.

"Our fibre-optic broadband services offer faster download speeds so your business can get more out of its internet connection than ever before," said Zen Internet.

"We can also ensure a level of performance even at times when the network is busy with a best efforts minimum downstream throughput."

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