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Leading broadband provider BT is finally withdrawing its John Lewis shopping voucher offer today (Friday October 29th).

Throughout October, the telecoms giant has been handing out complementary £25 vouchers to new customers signing up for its home phone and broadband packages.

All consumers are required to do is sign up for a BT broadband deal online and use their customer reference number to gain access to a coupon.

However, the offer is being withdrawn at the end of trading today, so consumers must act quickly to avoid missing out on this autumn retail bonus.

BT's Broadband and Evening & Weekend calls package is normally priced at £13.99 per month, however an introductory discount applies at present.

New subscribers are currently required to pay just £6.99 plus landline costs during the first three months of their contract.

In related news, rival broadband provider Sky has been offering free Marks & Spencer vouchers to customers signing up for its broadband bundles.

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