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TalkTalk is offering consumers TalkTalk Essentials from £3.25 with a free £60 Tesco Gift Card and free installation for a limited period as a part of an exclusive offer.

See details of this exclusive TalkTalk offer with TalkTalk by clicking here>>

Available now, the offer entitles all customers who sign up for TalkTalk’s Essentials value broadband and phone bundle from £3.25 per month a Gift Card worth £60 to spend at Tesco in store.

This offer is exclusive to and may not be used in conjunction with any other offer. Only online purchases via the above link qualify for this offer. Further terms and conditions apply, for more information see here.

TalkTalk will also provide installation completely free of charge (usually priced £30) and a free wireless router to enable users to get online with multiple internet-enabled devices around the house simultaneously.

Named the UK’s best value broadband and home phone bundle at’s 2010 annual Broadband Awards, Essentials entitles subscribers to a super fast connection speed of up to 24MB and a monthly download limit of up to 40GB.

The telephone part of package includes unlimited evening and weekend calls to landlines as well as numbers starting with the prefixes ‘0845’ and ‘0870’ and free voicemail.

Consumers will also be able to enjoy TalkTalk’s Calling Circle feature at no additional charge. This allows them to nominate 16 of their favourite mobile and international numbers for a 10% discount.

Around the clock technical support is provided free of charge when customers call from their TalkTalk landline from UK-based centres.

Sign up for this exclusive TalkTalk offer with here

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