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BT has revamped a number of its broadband deals offering free and discounted months on a number of packages.

Those signing up to the broadband provider's Unlimited Broadband and Evening and Weekend Calls package will get the first three months for free and pay £25 a month thereafter for the duration of the 18-month contract.

For that price, customers will access download speeds of up to 20Mb and have unlimited usage, making it perfect for those who spend a lot of time surfing the web and downloading films or music. It also comes complete with free evening and weekend calls and a generous online storage allowance.

Those signing up to the deal can also take advantage of a free BT Home Hub, free connection and a £50 Sainsbury's voucher as a welcome gift.

The deal is available exclusively online and people will need to pay BT line rental which starts at £10.75.

BT has also revamped its Unlimited Broadband and Evening & Weekend Calls with the superfast BT Infinity deal and is offering it for £20 a month for the first three months and £26 per month thereafter on an 18-month contract.

The deal comes with download speeds of up to 40Mb, upload speeds of up to 10Mb and an unlimited usage limit.

In terms of calls, evening and weekends are free and users who like chatting on the phone can add unlimited anytime calls for just £4.90 a month.

Similarly, anyone wanting to add digital TV to the package can add the TV Essential package with 70 Freeview channels and catch-up TV plus a free Vision+ box for just £4 a month extra or TV Unlimited which comes complete with on demand content for £12.50 a month.

Free broadband connection and a £50 Sainsbury's voucher are once again included to further sweeten the deal.

As with the previous deal, anyone wanting to take advantage of these offers will need to take out BT line rental.

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