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Internet service provider TalkTalk is withdrawing its current broadband deal at the end of today (Tuesday December 7th).

The broadband provider has been offering one month free on its TalkTalk Essentials package since the start of November, with the deal recently being extended for a final seven days.

Consumers can save an initial £6.99 by avoiding a bill payment in the first month, while more significant savings are provided by virtue of a free connection.

In order to add to the appeal of the broadband offer, TalkTalk is currently waiving the usual £29.99 for installation and set-up, meaning over £35 can be saved in total.

UK homes signing up for TalkTalk Essentials gain access to up to 24Mb broadband speeds depending on location, plus a 40GB monthly usage allowance.

Unlimited evening and weekend calls to UK landlines are also included as part of the entry-level broadband package.

However, just hours remain to take advantage of the offer, so consumers are urged to register as soon as possible.

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