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Orange has launched a special broadband deal offering a free £60 HMV voucher to customers signing up for internet and home phone services.

For a limited time only, consumers can get their hands on a complimentary gift certificate to be spent at the high street music and entertainment retailer.

The exclusive online offer – which applies to Orange Broadband & Calls – also comes with three months' free service, enabling UK households to make significant bill savings.

For a normal monthly price of £12.50 - or £7.50  for Orange mobile customers - subscribers receive access to up to 20Mb broadband services, unlimited downloads and free evening and weekend calls.

With three months' free service included as part of the introductory offer, consumers can save up to £27.50 on their initial monthly bills.

But the savings do not stop there. In addition to the HMV voucher and three months' free, subscribers also receive a free wireless broadband router.

This means that internet users are able to access high-speed broadband on their Wi-Fi-enabled laptops and tablets wherever they are in the house.

According to Orange, the Netgear DGN1000 router is up to 15 times faster than standard models and offers optimised coverage within the home.

And last but not least, Orange Broadband & Calls comes with no connection or installation fees – meaning new subscribers can get online with no initial outlay.

The deal applies to new customers signing up for an 18-month deal over the internet.

However, Orange looks set to withdraw this attractive broadband offer within the next few days, meaning consumers should act quickly in order to take advantage of the deal.

As an alternative, for households seeking internet services without home phone calls, Orange offers a Simply Broadband deal.

From £10 per month, customers can register for standalone broadband services, enabling them to remain with their existing landline provider.

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