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BT has launched a special new broadband deal giving new subscribers the chance to claim a £50 Dabs.com voucher.

All customer signing up for a home phone and broadband package with the service provider this month are entitled to receive a gift certificate for the website.

Consumers can use the voucher to make significant savings on a range of electronic goods, such as laptops, servers, printers, cameras and smartphones.

All they need to do is register online for BT Broadband and Anytime Calls, Broadband and Evening & Weekend Calls, More Broadband and Evening & Weekend Calls or Unlimited Broadband and Evening & Weekend Calls.

With the first broadband deal - BT Broadband and Anytime Calls -  households can take advantage of 20Mb downloads, a 10GB usage allowance and unlimited calls for £16 per month.

A free connection is also included - enabling households to save up to £130 in start-up costs - while the broadband package is free for the first four months.

Consumers can also take advantage of basic IT security, a free BT Home Hub and free Wi-Fi minutes when they sign up on an 18-month contract

BT Broadband and Evening & Weekend Calls entitles customers to all the same broadband features, including a free Hub and a 10GB usage allowance.

But with customers only entitled to free landline calls on evenings and weekends, the package is slightly cheaper at £14 per month. A £7 per month discount applies for the first three months.

Households signing up for BT More Broadband and Evening & Weekend Calls can download at up to 20Mb, and enjoy a 40GB per month usage allowance.

The broadband deal is priced at £18 per month, with a 50 per cent discount applying for the first three months. Subscribers can upgrade to Unlimited Calls for an additional £4.90 per month.

Finally, with BT Unlimited Broadband and Evening & Weekend Calls, consumers can download as much data as they want for £25 per month.

For the first three months of their 18-month contract, subscribers pay just £20 per month, or £24.90 if they choose to upgrade to anytime calls.

The Dabs.com voucher offer is set to run until February 17th 2012, giving consumers three weeks to sign up for a BT broadband package.

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