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TalkTalk has launched a new three months' free offer on its Essentials broadband package.

For the next six weeks, the broadband provider is offering significant savings on its entry-level broadband deal, which offers high-speed downloads, a 40GB usage allowance and unlimited evening and weekend phone calls.

The broadband deal is ordinarily priced at £6.50 per month – plus £12.60 landline fee – meaning consumers can save £19.50 on their first three bills.

Further savings are also achievable by way of a free connection – it would ordinarily cost new subscribers £30 to activate their TalkTalk broadband account.

With TalkTalk Essentials, customers also receive a free wireless broadband router, enabling them to access the web on their laptop, notebook or tablet anywhere in the house.

Subscribers are able to make unlimited calls to other TalkTalk customers throughout the week, while they also receive a ten per cent discount on international calls.

Meanwhile, consumers seeking a higher monthly usage allowance can make savings when signing up with TalkTalk Plus this month.

New customers signing up for the £14.50 per month unlimited broadband deal can also take advantage of the £30 free connection offer.

Subscribers are able to download as much data as they want, and make unrestricted calls to UK landlines throughout the week.

TalkTalk Plus also offers a low, flat-rate call tariff for mobiles (7.15p per minute), while a ten per cent discount on popular and international numbers applies.

As with TalkTalk Essentials, customers receive a free wireless broadband router, giving them maximum flexibility for getting online at home.

The broadband offer applies to new customers signing up to TalkTalk Essentials or TalkTalk Plus on a 12-month contract, and paying by monthly direct debit.

Consumers have up until September 15th 2011 to take advantage of these special broadband deals.

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