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TalkTalk has added to the appeal of its home broadband packages by offering a £30 Love2shop voucher to new subscribers.

Customers signing up for the firm's Essentials TV or Plus TV broadband bundles for the first time can get their hands on the gift certificate.

This allows them to save money at up to 20,000 high street stores, including the likes of Argos, Boots, Debenhams, River Island and Waterstones.

Both TalkTalk packages offer broadband speeds of up to 16Mb with an unlimited monthly usage allowance.

This means consumers can download films, TV shows and music over the internet without worrying about exceeding their data cap.

TalkTalk Essentials TV comes with inclusive evening and weekend phone calls to UK landlines.

In terms of TV services, the broadband deal includes a YouView box with pause and rewind functions, which allows users to watch on-demand and catch-up TV.

Subscribers can also add premium channels to their TalkTalk TV service in order to boost their viewing options.

TalkTalk Essentials TV is currently priced at £7.50 per month plus line rental.

The higher-tier option is TalkTalk Plus TV, which comes with inclusive anytime landline calls and a bigger, more powerful YouView box worth £299.

Viewers can pause, rewind and record shows with this device - meaning it is possible to store content to be watched at a later date.

Again, customers have the option of adding packages such as Sky Movies and Sky Sports on to their TalkTalk TV platform.

The broadband deal is priced at £15.50 per month plus line rental.

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