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Consumers should consider bundling their broadband packages with other services like phone and TV, according to a leading newspaper.

In an article on the top ways to save money on technological issues, the Daily Telegraph has stated that combining communications services into a single package could lead to major savings for many people.

Other web-related ways to cut costs included using Spotify to enjoy free music "from Brahms to Kasabian".

In addition, regular broadband users have been urged by the newspaper to log on to free Wi-Fi services across the UK when they want to check their emails while on the move.

Last month, coffee chain Starbucks announced that its loyalty cardholders can now take advantage of free access to Wi-Fi from BT.

BT Openzone services are available at over 650 of the company's coffeehouses throughout the UK and Ireland, which means the provider's customers with inclusive wireless minutes can also access the web as part of their contracts.

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