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Internet service provider (ISP) BT has launched a range of new business broadband deals, enabling UK companies to make savings on their internet connection.

The firm is offering three months free to broadband customers taking out a new deal, enabling business customers to make significant savings.

For six weeks, BT will offer the broadband deal across all package options, providing companies sign up to use the firm's services on a 24-month contract.

Business broadband users will still be required to pay for their phone line, but the broadband offer enables savings of at least £33 to be made depending on the package selected.

BT Office Broadband is available from £11 per month, for which users receive access to 20Mb download speeds, a 10GB usage allowance and online support.

A wireless broadband router can also be added to the broadband deal for an extra £59, while all subscribers receive a free connection.

From £18 per month, businesses can sign up for Advance Broadband, which offers all of the same features but with a 50GB usage allowance.

The wireless router is provided for free with this option, while 250 Wi-Fi minutes per month and Freephone 24/7 support are also included.

Broadband and phone line packages are priced between £25.99 and £32.99 per month, with a choice of broadband options available.

The basic broadband bundle offers 500 free landline minutes and £14.99 line rental, but for those willing to pay £29.99, an unlimited broadband download allowance is included.

Advance Broadband with Phone Line, which is priced at £32.99, includes a free wireless router and 250 Wi-Fi minutes along with 500 landline minutes, plus unlimited downloads for £7 extra per month.

BT is offering three months free broadband on these packages up until February 27th 2011, meaning there is plenty of time to capitalise on the deals.

Companies will see their broadband discount added as credit on their second monthly bill.

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