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New customers signing up for a TV and broadband package with TalkTalk this week can make significant savings.

For the next two days, the broadband provider is offering six months' half-price on its triple-play bundles, which include Essentials TV and Plus TV.

As well as a 50 per cent discount on broadband and calls, new customers can get their hands on an £80 Love2shop voucher.

This can be used at more than 20,000 high-street stores nationwide, including Argos, Boots, Debenhams, Toys 'R' Us, House of Fraser, River Island, New Look and Waterstones.

However, consumers only have until Wednesday July 16th to take advantage of the broadband deal, so they need to act quickly.

But what exactly do the respective broadband packages offer?

TalkTalk Essentials TV provides access broadband speeds of up to 16Mb, along with an unlimited usage allowance.

Subscribers receive a free router and connection, as well as inclusive evening and weekend calls to UK landlines.

In terms of TV, the deal offers a YouView set-top box worth £149, which allows viewers to access Freeview channels, on-demand content and catch-up services.

Essentials TV is currently priced at £4.25 per month plus line rental for six months, rising to £8.50 per month plus line rental thereafter.

The higher-tier TalkTalk Plus TV package offers the same broadband and calls features - up to 16Mb downloads, unlimited data and off-peak landline minutes.

But with this deal, consumers receive a larger and more powerful YouView box worth £299. This allows viewers to record up to 200 hours of TV content, to be watched back at a later date.

TalkTalk Plus TV subscribers also have access to seven Sky Entertainment channels as part of their package - Sky 1, Sky 2, Sky Living, Sky Livingit, Sky Arts 1, Sky Arts 2 and Sky Sports News.

The deal is priced at £9.25 per month plus line rental for six months, rising to £18.50 per month plus line rental thereafter.

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