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Telecoms giant BT is giving UK households the opportunity to make significant savings on its Broadband and Anytime Calls package.

The firm is giving broadband deal subscribers the opportunity to receive free home phone calls for a whole year - knocking £4.90 off each monthly bill.

For a limited time only, BT Broadband and Anytime Calls is priced at just £13 per month for 12 months, plus a £10.75 per month line rental fee.

To add to the appeal of the broadband offer, BT is also offering subscribers a complementary £25 Sainsbury's gift card.

This gives new BT customers the opportunity to make a significant saving on their weekly shop - or go out and treat themselves to a one-off luxury.

With BT Broadband and Anytime Calls, households receive access to up to 20Mb download speeds and a 10GB monthly usage allowance.

Consumers can make calls at any time of the day, all week, not just at off-peak times.

And as another incentive for taking out the broadband deal, customers can also save up to 50 per cent on BT's range of telephones.

Phones in the popular BT Graphite 2500 Range are priced from £24.99 and include a range of features, including answer machines, phonebooks, caller display and handsfree speaker.

Broadband deal subscribers receive a free BT Home Hub, enabling access to the internet on a variety of devices throughout the home - including laptops, tablet computers and smartphones.

Free Wi-Fi minutes are also included as part of the broadband deal, while consumers are entitled to a free landline connection which could otherwise cost up to £130.

BT is currently in the process of upgrading its UK broadband network, enabling households and businesses to take advantage of next-generation services.

The firm is investing £2.5 billion in the rollout of fibre services across the UK, and aims to connect two-thirds of UK premises by 2014.

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