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Broadband provider Orange has launched a new range of home broadband deals aimed at UK households.

Up until yesterday, the firm was offering a £40 HMV gift certificate to all customers signing up for its most popular fixed broadband packages online.

However, the firm has replaced this offer with a new promotion – exclusive to web-based subscribers.

Consumers signing up for Orange Broadband & Calls or Orange Broadband & Anytime Calls can now receive a free £40 Sainsbury's voucher.

Not only this, but they can get their broadband deal off to the best possible start with three months' free internet service.

Households signing up for Orange Broadband & Calls receive up to 20Mb download speeds and an unlimited monthly usage allowance.

Free evening and weekend calls, three months' free service and a complimentary wireless broadband router mean that significant savings can be made when taking out this broadband deal – even before the Sainsbury's voucher is factored into the equation.

The broadband package is priced at £7.50 over the course of an £18 month contract.

Meanwhile, Orange Broadband & Anytime Calls is geared towards consumers seeking high-speed web services alongside 24/7 inclusive home phone use.

The details of this broadband package are the same as for Orange Broadband & Calls, except customers are required to pay an additional £2.50 per month for an Anytime Calls boost.

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