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Consumers have just one week left to take advantage of Plusnet's latest broadband offer, the firm has announced.

All this month, the internet service provider has been attempting to trump its rivals with a four months' free promotion on its 8Mb ADSL services.

New subscribers signing up for the firm's Best Value Home Broadband deal on a minimum 12-month contract can avoid paying a bill until the fifth month.

The deal is ordinarily priced at £6.49 per month, rising to £12.49 for consumers living outside the firm's low-cost areas.

However, the promotion is now set to come to an end on Tuesday May 18th.

Alex Buttle, Marketing Director at Top 10 Broadband, commented this month that Plusnet's incentive offers web users "outstanding savings".

"If you're looking for a low-cost deal with terrific customer support, then this could just the chance you’ve been waiting for," he added.

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