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Consumers have just a matter of days left to take advantage of TalkTalk's latest broadband price promotion.

All this month, the internet service provider (ISP) has been dangling the carrot of three months' free broadband to entice new subscribers, but the offer is set to end on Friday May 21st.

As part of its Spring Sale, the ISP has been offering the registration bonus on its TalkTalk Broadband and Phone deal, which is ordinarily priced at £6.99 a month plus landline charge.

Capable of 24Mb download speeds, the broadband package also has a generous 40GB usage allowance.

With free connection worth £29.99 and a wireless router thrown into the mix, the offer represents a great money-saving option for consumers keen to access fixed-line services.

The broadband and phone deal allows customers to make free evening and weekend calls to any UK landline.

Last week, it was revealed that TalkTalk added 42,000 net new internet customers during the first three months of 2010, a period during which the ISP split from its former parent company Carphone Warehouse.

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