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UK broadband provider ADSL24 has refreshed its deal range, launching two new consumer products, reports ISPreview.co.uk.

The firm is now offering line rental services, meaning subscribers are able to bundle their broadband, home phone and landline services.

Customers can take out a ADSL24 landline for £12.90 per month on a minimum one-month contract, enabling them to take capitalise on low call charges and the absence of any connection fees.

For businesses taking out broadband packages, line rental charges start at £14.90.

Meanwhile, the broadband provider has also launched a new entry-level mobile broadband package.

For just £7.75 per month over a 24-month deal, consumers receive a 1GB data allowance and are able to take advantage of up to 7.2MB download speeds.

The Mobile 1 dongle package also enables customers to upload at a speed of 2Mb.

Mobile broadband subscribers receive 5GB of data for £13.75 and 15G for £19.75.

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