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New TalkTalk customers can now get their hands on an £75 voucher when they sign up for the firm's entry-level SimplyBroadband deal.

They are entitled to a Love2shop gift certificate, which can be used in more than 20,000 high street stores across the UK.

These include Argos, Boots, Debenhams, Toys 'R' Us, House of Fraser, River Island, New Look and Waterstones, plus a host of restaurants and other attractions.

For a limited period only, TalkTalk subscribers are entitled to the voucher when they sign up online for SimplyBroadband.

The broadband package is designed for consumers that want high-speed internet services, but do not want to pay for inclusive home phone minutes.

They can still use their landline, but only pay for the calls they actually make. As such, the broadband deal is suited to people who prefer to use a mobile phone.

TalkTalk SimplyBroadband offers download speeds of up to 16Mb, with subscribers able to download as much data as they like over the course of the month.

Customers receive a free wireless router from TalkTalk - ensuring they can get online on multiple devices throughout the home - and also a free connection.

This adds to the savings consumers can make when signing up for the SimplyBroadband tariff.

The broadband package is currently half-price for the first six months, meaning customers pay just £1.75 per month plus line rental during the introductory contract period.

Thereafter, the price reverts to the standard £3.50 per month plus line rental.

Customers are required to sign up on a 12-month contract, after which they are free to switch broadband providers if they so choose.

In order to take advantage of the £85 Love2shop voucher deal, consumers will have to act quickly, as TalkTalk is withdrawing the offer on Wednesday June 18th.

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