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Broadband users have just over a week to take advantage of Orange's offer of three months' free on its home internet deal.

Set to come to an end on May 31st, the deal allows customers who sign up to its Home Max service on an 18-month minimum term contract the chance to enjoy the initial period for no charge.

As part of the offer, consumers are given a free wireless router, inclusive evening and weekend calls, and free security software from leading provider McAfee.

New customers also get access to free webmail and website space when they sign up to take the deal, which reverts to a charge of £6.50 a month plus line rental of £10.50 a month.

Details about the upcoming end to the offer have come after Orange confirmed it is launching data plans for use with Apple's iPad Wi-Fi + 3G tablet device.

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