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Internet service provider Primus is to withdraw its current broadband deal in just seven days' time.

Throughout December, the UK broadband provider has been offering three months free to consumers signing up for its internet and weekend phone calls package.

With the deal normally priced at £4.99 per month, the offer enables consumers to make significant bill savings during the early stages of their contract.

A free wireless broadband router is also included as part of the deal in order to boost its appeal, enabling further cost reductions to be made for those living on a shoestring.

However, consumers need to make their minds up quickly if they wish to take advantage of the broadband deal.

Primus is withdrawing the Christmas promotion on New Year's Eve – meaning those who delay their purchase until 2011 face the prospect of paying full price.

Consumers seeking inclusive evening phone calls, as well as at the weekend, may be interested in the firm's £8.99 per month Home Phone Saver, which currently comes with two months free.

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