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Time is now running out for consumers to avoid paying a connection fee when then sign up for TalkTalk home broadband.

All this month, the internet service provider (ISP) has been waiving the £29.99 charge for customers registering for its TalkTalk Essentials or Plus broadband deals.

However, the offer is being withdrawn tomorrow (Saturday July 31st), meaning potential subscribers must act quickly to take advantage of the deal.

All consumers need to do to access the saving is complete the subscription process via TalkTalk's online portal.

Consumers registering for either TalkTalk Essentials can gain access to up to 24Mb broadband for just £6.99 per month.

A free wireless 'G' router is also included as part of the deal, as is a generous 40GB monthly usage allowance.

Earlier this week, it was announced that TalkTalk is conducting a web monitoring trial in a bid to identify malware and better protect its customers online.

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