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TalkTalk is offering 12 months free broadband for all new customers who sign up for its Essentials value broadband package, as part of a limited period promotion.

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Under the terms of the offer, anyone who takes the Essentials broadband and home phone product over an 18-month contract will pay nothing for their broadband for the first 12 months. The offer represents a potential saving for consumers of over £80.

During the introductory cut-price period, they will only be charged line rental of £11.49 per month. After the first year is up, takers will be charged £6.99 per month for the remaining six months.

Widely regarded as the best value home broadband deal around, TalkTalk Essentials offers a super fast connection of up to 24Mb (depending on location) and a generous 40GB monthly usage allowance.

Subscribers also benefit from a free wireless G router, so that a single connection can be shared by multiple devices around the house and free technical and customer support.

Additionally, a complimentary copy of TalkTalk educational software Magic Desktop is included. This is designed to school children in using the internet and staying safe while doing so.

Meanwhile, the telephony facet of the offer entitles customers to free privacy features and unlimited free evening and weekend calls to UK landlines, including numbers that start with the prefix 0845 and 0870.

Customers can also nominate 16 mobile and international numbers and get a discount of ten per cent on all calls they make to them.

Alex Buttle, Marketing Director at Top 10 Broadband, said: “TalkTalk’s new money-saving deal is bringing new levels of value to the UK broadband market.

“Customers will need to hurry if they want take advantage of the savings on offer, though. We expect demand to be so strong that the deal won’t be around for long.”

Find the deals here: TalkTalk broadband deals

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