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Internet service provider (ISP) Breathe has launched a new broadband deal offering three months free service to new consumers.

The up to 24Mb broadband deal, which is described by the firm as being "truly unlimited", is ordinarily priced at £11.99 per month.

For this, households can download as much data as they want each month, and enjoy unlimited evening and weekend telephone calls.

The three months free offer alone enables subscribers to save £35.97 during the first segment of their 18-month minimum contract.

Subscribers are not required to take a BT landline with the broadband deal, meaning they can choose which phone provider to go with.

However, a £29.99 minimum contract does apply when customers register to receive Breathe broadband services.

The ISP – which has also just revamped its website – claims to offer "fuss-free broadband" which is supported by "great customer service".

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