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BT is giving its broadband, TV and home phone customers the opportunity to make significant savings on a range of electronic goods.

The broadband provider is offering cut-price laptops, media tablets, hard drives, phones and other products to reward its customers' loyalty.

For those seeking a new laptop, the Acer Aspire 5733Z is available for just £279.98, while the Asus X54C-SX282V Core i3-2350 15.6" is available for £399.99 and the Sony VAIO EH3N1E/W Core i5 15.5" for £474.99.

BT subscribers seeking a media tablet can choose between three Storage Options Scroll models prices between £60 and £199.99.

Customers can buy a Samsung 1TB S2 Ultraslim portable hard drive for £79.99 or a Lexar JumpDrive S73 32GB USB 3.0 for £14.98.

The cost of a Canon PIXMA MX375 multifunction printer has been slashed to £49.99, while a Western Digital 1TB My Book Live network attached storage device is available for £99.99.

Consumers seeking a new home phone have six BT options to choose from, priced from £17.05 for products in the BT Studio 4100 Plus range.

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