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Consumers have just three more days to take advantage of Plusnet's four months free broadband deal.

All this month, the internet service provider (ISP) has been offering great savings to customers signing up for the broadband deal online.

However, the promotion is finally being withdrawn on Thursday May 27th, having been extended earlier this month.

Subscribers pay no broadband fee for the first four months of their 12-month contract, saving a total of £26.96 on their bills.

The ordinary monthly price for the 20Mb broadband package is £6.49, which includes a healthy usage allowance of 60GB.

Meanwhile, rival broadband provider TalkTalk is continuing to promote its Spring Sale, which sees consumers offered three months' free on the ISP's Essentials deal.

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