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Internet service provider Plusnet has improved the connection speeds which are available to those who subscribe to its Value broadband deal.

As well as offering a 10GB usage allowance and a free wireless router worth £40, the 12-month package now allows consumers access to connection speeds of up to 20MB from £6.49 a month.

If that was not enough, people who subscribe to the deal before the end of August can also enjoy the first three months of their service for free, meaning they get to enjoy the higher level of speeds for no charge during the initial period after sign-up.

While Plusnet Value may be an ideal package for those taking up broadband services for the first time or requiring a low-cost connection, people wanting a little more can also benefit from the three months free offer.

The promotion is also available on Plusnet's Extra deal, which is priced at £11.49 a month and includes a 60GB usage allowance, a free wireless router and the same speeds available through the Value package.

In addition, both packages can also be taken up in a bundle with home phone services, with each of the deals also including the offer of three months free.

Plusnet tends to be rated highly by consumers for a number of reasons, with its recent Consumer Customer Service win at the Internet Service Providers' Association (ISPA) Awards showcasing its strengths.

The firm also picked up uSwitch Awards this year for technical support and customer satisfaction, which means anyone who chooses to take up its deals can expect a high standard of service.

Details of Plusnet's three months free deals and faster connection speeds have come after the broadband provider also extended the availability of its half-price business internet services.

The offer is now available to companies which sign up to the service before August 13th.

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