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Internet service provider TalkTalk has launched a new broadband deal offering discount access to its headline packages.

Households signing up for entry-level broadband package TalkTalk Essentials can pay just £6.50 per month for high-speed internet and a 40GB usage allowance.

Customers signing up for the deal on a 12-month contract also receive a free connection, enabling them to reduce their start-up costs by £30.

TalkTalk Essentials also offers access to unlimited evening and weekend calls to UK landlines, including 0870 and 0845 numbers.

Subscribers can make calls for free to other TalkTalk phone users, and receive ten per cent discounts on their top 16 mobile and international numbers.

Adding to the possible savings, new customers are also equipped with a free wireless broadband router, enabling internet users to get online anywhere in their home.

Even more attractive is TalkTalk's latest broadband offer on its higher-tier Plus tariff.

The firm is currently offering a 50 per cent discount for the first three months of a 12-month contract, during which time households pay just £7.25.

TalkTalk Plus then reverts to the standard monthly price of £14.50, for which customers receive high-speed download speeds and an unlimited monthly usage allowance.

A free connection and free Wi-Fi router are again included, while TalkTalk Plus offers attractive landline options for UK households.

Subscribers are able to make unlimited home phone calls throughout the week, and pay just 7.15p per minute to phone mobile numbers.

UK consumers have just over a fortnight to take advantage of the latest broadband deals, with TalkTalk set to withdraw the offer on July 3rd 2011.

All customers are required to pay for their broadband deal via direct debit, and a monthly landline fee of £12.60 applies with each account.

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