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Orange is offering customers three months free broadband across its range of home broadband packages for a limited period only, as part of an exclusive online promotion.

Subscribers to the Home Starter, Home Max, Home Select and Home Ultra bundles can benefit from the promotion from today (August 19th) when they sign up for an 18-month contract.

Under the terms of the offer, takers will pay nothing for their broadband for the initial three months of their contract term.

A free £20 HMV voucher is also included as is a complimentary wireless router, so that a single broadband connection can be shared among multiple web-enabled devices.

All product options provide a super fast broadband service of up to 20Mb (depending on location) and no monthly download limit, making them apt for heavy web users.

For no extra charge, subscribers also benefit from customer and technical support telephone lines - open from 7am to 11pm seven days a week - and around the clock online support.

To keep users safe online, McAfee Privacy Service is included on all broadband products. As well as protecting computers from spyware, this will keep online identities and personal information secure and enable parents to restrict their children’s access to sites.

Home Ultra and Home Max subscribers will also get free anytime calls and free weekend and evening calls to UK landline numbers.

The launch of the limited period incentive comes after Orange this week secured four nominations for the 2010 Top10.com awards.

The supplier is nominated in the Best Value Home Broadband and Best Home Broadband categories. It is also in contention for Fastest Mobile Broadband and Best Customer Benefits, such as the Orange Wednesdays.

This entitles mobile broadband subscribers to two for one cinema tickets every Wednesday, plus buy one get one free pizzas and free garlic bread or dough balls at PizzaExpress.

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