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Consumers now have just one week left to take advantage of Plusnet's current three months free broadband deal.

All January, the Yorkshire-based internet service provider (ISP) has been offering discount broadband packages to new subscribers signing up online.

Households registering for the firm's broadband and home phone packages can avoid paying the standard £9.99 per month fee until the fourth month of their contract.

All subscribers will be required to pay during this introductory period is an £11.99 landline fee.

Plusnet is offering consumers further opportunities to save by including a free connection with the broadband deal, providing they remain with the ISP for at least 12 months.

However, the 20Mb broadband offer is set to withdrawn on February 3rd 2011, meaning consumers need to decide quickly if this is the offer for them.

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