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Orange has launched three new broadband limited period offers, bundling cheap super fast broadband with a complimentary pay as you Nokia mobile phone and a free wireless router.

All three relaunched packages – namely the standalone Simply Broadband option and the Broadband and Broadband and Anytime Calls products – now offer all new subscribers a free Nokia 1616 on pay as you go for a limited period and six months half price for the introductory period of their contract.

Customers who sign up for any product option can also expect award-winning super fast home broadband of up to 20Mb (depending on location) and unlimited monthly downloads, making them apt for heavy downloaders and light users alike, as well as no connection fee.

Priced £5 per month for the first three months of an 18-month contract and £10 thereafter, Simply Broadband subscribers also benefit from a free N class wireless router and McAfee family protection software to keep them safe online.

The Broadband and Calls deal includes the same free wireless router, super fast connection, security software and super fast connection speed as the Simply Broadband offering, but adds unlimited evening and weekend calls to UK landlines.

This is priced £3.75 per month for the first six months of the 18-month contract term and £7.50 for the remainder of the deal, plus £11.50 per month for line rental.

Finally, the top-end Broadband and Anytime Calls is identical to Broadband and Calls, but differs in that customers also get unlimited anytime calls to UK landlines.

For the duration of Orange’s promotion, customers can sign up to this and pay just £5 per month for six-month introductory period and £10 thereafter and line rental of £11.50 per month.

Becoming an Orange customer also means that subscribers to any package will be entitled to take advantage of the popular Orange Wednesdays scheme. This features two for one entry at participating cinemas and cheap eats at Pizza Express every Wednesday.

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