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Orange has boosted the appeal of its home broadband service by bolting 1,000 landline-to-mobile minutes onto one of its deals.

According to ISPreview.co.uk, the broadband provider - owned in the UK by Everything Everywhere - is offering the perk with its Orange Broadband & Anytime Mobile Calls package.

Previously, subscribers received 500 landline-to-mobile minutes with this broadband deal.

The broadband package - which also comes with a free £40 Marks & Spencer voucher - is available for £15 per month in Orange networked areas, and £20 per month in all other regions.

Orange Broadband & Anytime Mobile Calls + 1,000 UK Mobile Minutes offers high-speed broadband and an unlimited monthly usage allowance.

Subscribers also receive unlimited anytime home phone calls to UK landlines, plus 1,000 anytime minutes to mobile numbers.

Free caller display and voicemail services are also thrown into the mix, along with inclusive calls to 30 international destinations.

Adding to the appeal of the broadband package is a free connection and free 'N' class wireless broadband router.

Orange home broadband customers are also entitled to McAfee Antivirus Plus 2012 with Parental Controls at no additional charge.

ISPreview.co.uk reports that the home broadband deal will be available to new customers until August 31st 2012.

However, consumers need to sign up by July 31st in order to take advantage of the £40 Marks & Spencer voucher offer.

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