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Leading internet service provider (ISP) Plusnet has launched a broadband deal targeted at new subscribers.

The Sheffield-based ISP is offering three months free web services for consumers adopting its 20Mb Plusnet Value package.

Priced at just £6.49 for the remainder of the contract - providing you live in one of Plusnet's low-cost areas - the offer may appeal to those seeking broadband on a budget.

For the 20 per cent of UK consumers unable to qualify for the deal, the revised offer is for three months broadband at £6.49, reverting to £12.99 from month four.

The latest Plusnet Value broadband deal comes with a 10GB usage allowance and a free wireless router thrown in to the bargain.

Worth up to £40, this can help customers make further savings when setting up their home internet connection.

Up until August 13th, Plusnet was offering new customers the opportunity to save 50 per cent on their first three monthly bills.

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