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TalkTalk has claimed that its Essentials and Plus broadband bundles are the best deals on the market at the moment.

The packages, which now cost £6.50 a month for Essentials and £14.50 a month for Plus, having been reduced by 50p a month each, also offer customers a host of other benefits.

Dido Harding, Chief Executive of TalkTalk, said that the firm's primary focus is providing customers with the best possible value, which is why it has both reduced its prices and boosted the packages.

"Price is an important part of this, but it’s also about what you get for your money.

"So while we’ve reduced our prices we’re also ensuring that what we give you for that price is the best deal on the market," she stated.

"Pound for pound, with our inclusive calls bundles, Mobile Minutes Boosts and HomeSafe security system, TalkTalk provides the best phone and broadband deal you can get," she added.

The other changes to the broadband packages include reducing the cost of installing a new line from £79.99 to £50 and scrapping the home mover fee. TalkTalk has also increased the number of inclusive minutes which come with the bundle from 200 landline to mobile minutes for £4.99 to 500 minutes for £5.

Customers can also benefit from a number of additional features, which TalkTalk claims set its offerings apart from rival providers such as BT Plusnet.

TalkTalk claims that compared to Plusnet, its bundles offer greater download capacity, free router shipping and other additional features such as speed dial, frequent number discounts and inclusive calls, at no extra cost to the user.

The internet service provider's customers are also able to add a little something extra to their package with the company's Boosts. For example, a 500 Mobile Minutes Boost adds 500 anytime mobile minutes for £5.

TalkTalk currently has around 4.2 million broadband and phone customers.  

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