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Consumers now have less than a week to take advantage of Plusnet's attractive four months' free broadband deal.

The internet service provider (ISP) is withdrawing the promotion on May 27th, meaning those contemplating taking up the home broadband offer must act quickly.

Under the terms of the deal, subscribers pay nothing for the first four months, before reverting to a standard fee of £6.49 for the remainder of the one-year contract.

Promising download speeds of up to 20Mb, the broadband package also provides a generous usage allowance of 60GB.

Consumers must register for the deal online to take advantage of its potential savings, while a £25 connection fee also applies.

The ISP had originally planned to end the four months' free deal on May 18th, but extended the promotion for a further nine days.

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