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Consumers have just one week left to take advantage of BT's latest broadband deal.

All this month, the internet service provider (ISP) has been offering its Total Broadband package for half price for the first three months of the contract.

New customers signing up to the 18-month deal can initially pay just £6.99 per month for high-speed broadband, rising to £13.99 from month four.

However, the ISP is withdrawing the offer on August 23rd, meaning potential customers should act quickly to avoid being disappointed.

BT Total Broadband offers up to 20Mb download speeds, a 10GB monthly usage allowance and data security provision.

A wireless BT Home Hub, which ordinarily retails at £89.99, is also included in the broadband package.

BT, which is investing up to £2.5 billion in the UK's high-speed broadband infrastructure, recently announced plans to upgrade another 199 local telephone exchanges across the country.

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