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Consumers have just two weeks left to take advantage of BT's latest broadband price promotion.

All this month, the internet sevice provider has been offering three months free on its BT Total Broadband and Unlimited UK calls package.

However, the broadband deal – which offers potential bill savings of up to £89.97 plus a free £89.99 home hub – is being withdrawn on June 30th.

Customers subscribing to the broadband package do not just receive an exemption from their first three monthly bills - they also receive a £4 discount per month for the remainder of their 18-month contract.

The deal may particularly appeal to homeowners in London, given BT's recent commitment to provide 40Mb broadband to 87 per cent of homes in the capital by next spring.

At the same time, BT is spending more than £2.5 billion nationwide upgrading local telephone exchanges to support high-speed broadband.

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