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Just three days remain for consumers to take advantage of Orange's current fixed broadband promotion.

The internet service provider, which is aiming to boost home broadband subscriber figures, is currently offering the incentive of a free Nokia 1616 mobile phone to new customers.

Throughout November, consumers signing up to Orange's Simply Broadband, Broadband and Calls or Broadband and Anytime Calls packages have been able to take advantage of the deal.

Consumers have responded well to the offer, meaning that stocks of the handsets have run low and Orange is bringing the deal to an end.

Households signing up for Orange's broadband deals after Monday November 29th will miss out on their free Nokia phone.

Orange is continuing to offer three months half price to new subscribers, enabling consumers to make significant savings on their initial bills.

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