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Internet service provider (ISP) BT has launched a new standalone broadband deal geared at UK businesses.

From today (Tuesday May 24th), companies taking out a broadband connection without a phone line will receive a complimentary case of wine worth £50.

BT hopes the Naked Wines offer will increase take-up of its BT Business standalone package, which is suited to firms wishing to remain with their current landline provider.

The ISP offers broadband-only deals from £11 per month, with the entry level package offering up to 20Mb download speeds and a 10GB data allowance.

For £18 per month, companies receive 20Mb broadband, 20GB of data per month and a free wireless broadband router worth £59.

Businesses requiring an unlimited usage allowance can pay £25 per month for standalone 20Mb business broadband, with a Wi-Fi router included.

The launch of the new £50 Naked Wines offer has no bearing on BT's existing broadband and phone line promotions, which continue to run separately.

All this month, broadband and phone package subscribers have been able to take advantage of a £25 Amazon voucher when becoming a BT customer.

New BT Business Phone Line & Broadband customers simply have to order their package online to claim their gift certificate.

This offer applies to BT's Basic Broadband & Phone Line, Unlimited Broadband & Phone Line and Advance Broadband & Phone Line packages.

The Basic Broadband & Phone Line package offers up to 20Mb downloads, a 10GB monthly usage allowance and 500 free landline minutes, for £25.99 per month excluding VAT.

For £29.99 per month, Unlimited Broadband & Phone Line offers unrestricted downloads alongside 500 minutes, while BT Advance Broadband & Phone Line features a 50GB usage allowance, a wireless router and 24/7 freephone support.

At present, BT is offering three months' free service with each of these broadband packages, adding to the savings companies are able to make.

The ISP is also offering a free installation, enabling firms to get started with BT business broadband on a budget.

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