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UK households are being given the chance to save money when they sign up for super-fast broadband with Plusnet.

The broadband provider is offering a 50 per cent discount for six months to all new Essentials Fibre Broadband and Calls subscribers.

Customers can access download speeds of up to 38Mb and uploads of up to 9.5Mb depending on the strength of their connection between midnight and 8am.

They can also take advantage of a 40GB monthly data allowance, with unlimited overnight usage.

A free wireless broadband router is included with the broadband deal, as are inclusive home phone calls on evenings and weekends.

Subscribers can also save £50 by virtue of a free connection when they sign up for Essentials Fibre Broadband and Calls.

The broadband package is ordinarily priced at £15.99 per month, however this has been reduced to £7.99 for the first six months.

As such, consumers can save £48 on their broadband bills during the introductory contract period.

A line rental fee of £13.99 per month applies to subscribers from the beginning of their deal, although this can be reduced to £10.49 per month by paying 12 months in advance.

Should Plusnet subscribers wish to upgrade their home phone service, they can bolt on Anytime calls for an additional £4 per month.

And for those wishing to make inclusive calls to international destinations, the Talk Anytime International 300 upgrade costs an extra £6 per month.

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