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UK internet service provider (ISP) Plusnet is set to withdraw its latest broadband deal in two weeks' time.

The Sheffield-based ISP, which is in the process of launching nationally, is offering its entry-level Value broadband package at just £4.99 per month over the course of a 12-month deal.

Consumers can take advantage of the summer promotion by using the code "offer" when signing up online or over the phone.

Ordinarily, Plusnet's Value package costs £6.49 per month, meaning significant savings can be made over the course of the year.

However, with the deal set to end on July 8th, consumers must start thinking about getting in touch if they wish to secure cheaper broadband.

The ISP also announced recently that its higher-end Extra and Pro products will now be charged at £9.99 and £14.99 per month respectively.

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