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Eclipse Internet is offering discount broadband deals to consumers who migrate to its line rental service.

The broadband provider is offering two months' free home broadband to any Eclipse subscriber who decides to switch from their BT landline, reports

Consumers taking out any of the firm's three broadband packages on a 12-month contract can take advantage of the special offer.

However, they will have to act quickly to take advantage of the deal, as Eclipse is withdrawing the offer on August 25th 2011.

When signing up with Eclipse Internet, consumers are able to choose between the Home Lite, Home Select and Home Pro tariffs.

Eclipse Home Lite offers up to 24Mb download speeds, 1Mb uploads and a 2GB usage allowance for £12.50 per month.

For £20.50 per month, subscribers have access to a generous 50GB usage allowance, alongside 24Mb downloads, 1Mb upload speeds and a free wired router.

And for consumers seeking a 100GB data allowance, with free overnight usage, Home Pro is priced at £30.50 per month.

This top-tier home broadband package offers a free wireless broadband router and also includes free calls to UK landlines, enabling subscribers to make significant savings on their communication services.

Eclipse Internet claims the current landline offer, open to households switching from BT line rental, can help customers save £99 over the duration of their contract.

The firm said its broadband network "prioritises reliability and performance", which helps to explain its popularity with consumers.

"We pride ourselves on truly great customer service. Eclipse has been in business since the start of broadband which means some of our technical experts are truly the best around," the firm stated.

"If you're a home broadband customer, you get the same access to their expertise as our business customers – and that means one-on-one help and advice if things go wrong."

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