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Time is running out for BT's final summer deal – three months free to customers signing up for its Total Broadband and Unlimited UK calls package.

The broadband provider has run with a number of money-saving promotions during 2010, and this latest promotion is being withdrawn on October 1st.

Priced at £15.99 per month, the broadband deal enables consumers to take care of their internet and telephone needs on one single bill.

Factor in three months free service – enabling initial savings of almost £50 – and this broadband deal looks highly attractive, especially given the additional time likely to be spent at home indoors during the cold, dark winter months.

BT recently revealed that some 15 million UK households currently receive broadband services over its national copper line infrastructure.

Many of these broadband deals are provided by BT directly, while others are delivered by rival internet service providers using unbundled lines.

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