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BT subscribers can get their hands on a range of discount consumer goods this month, including laptops, tablets, printers and hard drives.

The broadband provider is offering top-of-the-range electronics at reduced prices, with a Fujitsu Lifebook AH530 available for just £299.98.

BT describes the premium notebook as "your essential partner and a gateway to mobile working in a stylish design".

"It is the ultimate balance of valuable performance and best-in-class mobility for the price-conscious user," the firm said.

"The high definition 15.6-inch glossy LCD in 16:9 widescreen format delivers quality and comfortable viewing experience."

Alternatively, BT subscribers can pay just £399.99 for an Asus K53E-SX962V Core i3 15.6" Laptop, which comes with a 2nd Generation Intel Core i3 Processor.

The laptop has a classy and stylish metallic design, a 15.6" LED backlight Colour Shine TFT, a 500GB hard drive and 6GB RAM.

BT customers can also get their hands on a Storage Options Scroll Excel 7" Tablet PC, with extensive multimedia capability and an Android 2.3 operating system for £129.99.

With support for flash, expandable storage via a MicroSD card and 1080p HD output to a compatible TV, the touchscreen device offers a variety of options to tech-savvy consumers.

BT customers seeking a new hard drive have two discount options - a Toshiba 500GB StorE Art3 with 500GB of capacity for £58.99 or a Western Digital 1TB Elements desktop hard drive for £69.99.

A HP Deskjet 1000 Inkjet Printer is available for just £18.99, while consumers can protect their systems with Bitdefender Total Security 2012 for just £19.99.

BT consumers can choose from a range of three answerphone machines - priced between £34.99 and £54.99 - and pay just £33.45 for a BT Hudson 1100 Cordless Phone.

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