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Orange's latest broadband offer is coming to an end, meaning consumers must act quickly to get their hands on a free Nokia phone.

All this month, customers subscribing for Orange's Simply Broadband, Broadband and Calls or Broadband and Anytime Calls packages through have been offered the additional incentive of a free handset.

The Nokia 1616 mobile phone has proved popular with consumers during November, and with stocks running low, the promotion is being withdrawn on Monday November 29th.

Consequently, consumers now have less than a week to take advantage of this special broadband deal on fixed-line web services.

New subscribers can still take advantage of three months free broadband services when signing up for one of the internet service provider's packages.

UP until month four of all new contracts, Broadband and Calls is priced at £3.75 per month, while Simply Broadband and Broadband and Anytime Calls cost £5 per month respectively.

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