Internet service provider Orange has launched a new broadband deal offering significant savings to new customers.
The broadband provider is offering three months' free Home Broadband and Off-Peak Calls, as part of its ongoing 'No Tricks Just Treats' advertising campaign.
Orange is aiming to re-establish itself as a leading home broadband provider, and is inviting customers to sign up and make savings of up to £12.50 per month during their introductory contract period.
The home phone and broadband package offers up to 20Mb download speeds, alongside an unlimited monthly data allowance – providing valuable flexibility to internet users.
UK households are also able to take advantage of unlimited off-peak phone calls from their Orange landline, plus free caller display and voicemail services.
Also included with the broadband offer is a free 'N' class wireless broadband router, which allows Orange subscribers to log on to the internet anywhere in their home.
Subscribers can also save money courtesy of a free connection when they sign up for Orange home broadband, and take advantage of complimentary IT security software.
Home broadband customers signing up on an 18-month contract pay £12.50 per month for the broadband package, unless they live in an Orange networked area, in which case the price drops to £7.50.
With three months free broadband included, new subscribers have the opportunity to make a £37.50 or £22.50 bill saving in total, depending on where they live in the UK.
Customers signing up for 20Mb Orange broadband with Top10.com also receive a £40 HMV voucher, which they are able to spend on CDs, DVDs, games or books at the high street entertainment store.