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Time is running out for consumers to capitalise on Plusnet's current broadband deal.

The UK internet service provider (ISP), which has its headquarters in Sheffield, has been offering three months free web services to all new customers signing up to its Value broadband package.

However, the deal is finally being withdrawn today (Tuesday August 31st), after which subscribers will face the standard monthly fee of £6.49 from the first month of their contract.

Despite its relatively low monthly price, Plusnet Value looks like an attractive broadband package - it pledges download speeds of up to 20Mb and a monthly usage allowance of 10GB.

A free wireless router is also included in the offer, helping customers make even greater savings.

During 2010, Plusnet has been heavily advertising its broadband services on a national scale, in an attempt to shed its image as a regional ISP.

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