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Another year is drawing to a close, as is Primus' latest broadband deal, which is being withdrawn at midnight tonight.

The internet service provider (ISP) has been offering three months free to households signing up for its broadband and evening and weekend calls package.

With the Primus Saver phone + broadband deal usually retailing at £4.99 per month, the offer enables consumers to save almost £15 on their initial bill.

The provision of a free wireless broadband router adds to the savings possible, meaning a Primus broadband bundle can help get 2011 off to the best possible start.

Time is now short to capitalise on the broadband offer however, and Primus is withdrawing the promotion at the close of trade today (Friday December 31st).

Primus Saver offers high-speed downloads of up to 24Mb, a 10GB monthly usage allowance, a free wireless router and free technical support.

For £17.99 per month, broadband subscribers can enjoy unlimited downloads – subject to a fair usage policy - and unlimited home phone calls.

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