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Plusnet has extended its limited period free broadband deal untilMay 28th, to allow even more customers to take advantage of the savings on offer.

Find the Plusnet four months free broadband deal here: Plusnet broadband deals

Under the terms of the incentive, all customers who sign up for either the Value or Extra package pay nothing for their broadband for the initial four months of their contract term.

Aimed at light users, the Value home broadband package provides a10Gb monthly download limit and an ADSL broadband connection of up to 8GB.

Once the introductory period of the contract has expired, subscribers in areas designated as low-cost by the broadband provider pay £6.49for the remainder of their 12-month contract.

The Extra offering is tailored for the needs of heavy users or people who download content extensively and online gaming enthusiasts. Accordingly, the product features a headline broadband speed of up to 20Mb and a generous 60GB of usage per month.

After the end of the first four months, Britons in low cost areas, - that is those that are determined by Plusnet to be more economical for them to provide a service - pay £11.49 per month.

The promotional pricing is also on offer when customers add home telephony to the broadband package they take. In so doing, they can benefit from free calls and will pay only for this service during the first four months.

Additional deal sweeteners on both Plusnet broadband options include a free wireless router and 24/7 and complimentary customer support.

Plusnet is regarded far and wide as one of the UK’s most customerfriendly broadband providers. As well as scoring consistently highly in surveys, Plusnet’s entry level Value product was named the UK’s best value home broadband deal at Top 10 Broadband’s 2010 awards.

Find the Plusnet four months free broadband deal here: Plusnet broadband deals

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