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BT is giving UK households the opportunity to make savings on its range of broadband and television bundles.

The broadband provider has launched a range of new offers designed for consumers seeking subscription TV services.

BT Broadband and Calls + TV Essential is currently available for just £4 per month for the first six months of an 18-month contract, down from the normal price of £17.

The deal - which is available to customers signing up over the internet - allows subscribers to save £78 on their bills over the first six months.

With this package, subscribers receive up to 16Mb download speeds, a 10GB usage allowance, evening and weekend calls, a free Home Hub and a free connection.

New BT customers are also currently entitled to claim a free £25 Sainsbury's voucher.

In terms of TV features, they receive a free BT Vision+ digital box, which allows them to pause, rewind and record live television.

Viewers can choose from 54 Freeview channels, unlimited catch-up services including BBC iPlayer and also access on-demand content such as box office films.

Premium channels such as Sky Sports 1 and Sky Sports 2 can also be bolted on to their subscription for an additional monthly fee.

"Watch what you want when you want with TV Essential," BT urges.

"[View] catch-up TV from the last seven days and access to over 5,300 on-demand shows at the touch of a button.

UK households seeking a higher-tier broadband deal with their BT Vision subscription may be drawn to BT More Broadband and Calls + TV Essential.

The broadband deal - initially priced at £13 per month, rising to £22 after three months - offers up to 16Mb download speeds and a 40GB monthly usage allowance.

Again, subscribers can take advantage of evening and weekend calls, a free Home Hub, a free connection and a £25 Sainsbury's voucher.

All the same TV Essential features are included alongside the BT More Broadband and Calls package.

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