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BT has cut the price of its best-selling Talk & Surf Plus home broadband package to offer subscribers three months free plus a cheaper monthly charge.

Find the BT Talk & Surf Plus deal here: BT broadband deals

Prior to the launch of the improved deal, BT was offering all consumers the first three months of their 18-month contract absolutely free. During this time they are charged only for landline rental.

Under the terms of the refreshed, limited period offer, takers will still get three months free of charge, but also benefit from a reduced monthly rate thereafter of £15.99 – down from £19.99 previously. This equates to a further saving of £60 over the course of the contract.

Additionally, as part of an exclusive deal with, a free case of wine courtesy of Naked Wines will also be included when subscribers sign up for the package before June 16th.

The ‘Surf’ broadband facet of Talk & Surf Plus provides a super fast 20Mb connection, a 10GB monthly usage limit and around the clock freephone customer support from a UK landline. BT will also supply its award-winning Home Hub wireless router free of charge and basic online security.

The home telephony Talk element of the bundle includes unlimited calls to UK landlines and numbers that start with 0845 and 0870 at any time. Customer support is also free of charge, along with a choice of three Calling Features, such as voice mail, call waiting, three-way calling and ring back.

After the launch of super fast, fibre optic broadband Infinity products in selected areas of the UK last year, the first half of 2010 has seen BT continued to roll out the service across the UK. The telecommunications giant’s next significant step to improving its broadband offering looks set to be the arrival of live video games streaming for customers who subscribe to BT Vision on-demand TV.

Find the BT Talk & Surf deal here: BT broadband deals

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