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BT has unveiled two new cut-price broadband deals, offering substantial savings for new customers.

Until August 23rd, anyone who signs up online for BT’s broadband and Anytime calls package for 18 months will pay nothing for the first three months of their contract term.

Thereafter, the price reverts to £15.99 per month – down from a charge of £19.99 previously.

The second offer, which runs until September 17th, applies to the broadband and Evening and Weekend calls package, with all subscribers who join BT paying just £6.99 per month for the first three months of their 18-month contract and £13.99 thereafter.

Both product options entitle customers to a super fast broadband connection of up to 20Mb, depending on location, and a monthly download limit of 10GB.

Consumers will also be provided with BT’s award winning HomeHub wireless router free of charge, so that a single connection can be shared among multiple broadband enabled devices.

Those who choose the Anytime calls option will benefit from unlimited free landline calls at any time. As its name suggests, the Evening and Weekend calls broadband and home phone bundle provides unlimited free calls to landlines between 7pm and 7am on weekdays and all day at weekends.

BT’s range of broadband TV offers were sweetened this month with the arrival of live Premier League games for BT Vision subscribers for the first time ever.

Subscribers to select BT broadband and TV bundles can get Sky Sports 1 from just £6.99 per month. Alternatively, Sky Sports 2 can be added for an extra £5 per month.

BT claims that consumers choosing BT and Sky TV product options over equivalent deals from rival quad play broadband deal provider Virgin Media can save up to £346 per year.

As well as the plum games from the Premier League’s fixture list, Sky Sports programming also includes Test Match cricket, Champions League football and rugby union.

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