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Two new deals have been launched by BT in an effort to attract new subscribers to take up its broadband services.

One of the deals involves the company's triple play bundle of broadband, digital TV and phone services with unlimited weekend calls, which is now available to consumers at £15.49 a month for the first three months of the contract.

The price of the service rises to £30.98 a month after the initial period, while consumers also have to pay line retail of £11.54 a month and a £15 one-off fee for a BT Vision+ box.

Alternatively, consumers also have the chance to pay just £7.99 a month over the first three months of a contract featuring unlimited weekend calls and broadband.

The price returns to £15.99 a month after the initial three-month period.

Details of the new deals have been released after the company recently announced the launch of its fibre-optic broadband service Infinity.

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