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Consumers signing up for an Orange home broadband deal can now take advantage of a free £40 Marks & Spencer voucher.

The broadband provider is offering the gift certificate with its Orange Broadband & Calls, Orange Broadband & Anytime Calls and Orange Broadband & Anytime Mobile Calls packages.

With Orange Broadband & Calls, subscribers receive up to 14Mb download speeds and an unlimited monthly data allowance.

Consumers also receive inclusive evening and weekend calls and a free wireless broadband router worth £95.

This entry-level home broadband deal is priced at £10 per month, however Orange mobile customers receive a 50 per cent discount for life.

Consumers signing up for Orange Broadband & Anytime Calls also receive up to 14Mb download speeds and an unlimited monthly usage allowance.

For £15 per month - or £10 per month for Orange mobile customers - consumers receive anytime calls and a free Wi-Fi router.

Orange Broadband & Anytime Mobile Calls gives consumers the same package, but with 1,000 landline-to-mobile minutes added into the mix.

This means consumers are able to call any UK phone number without incurring additional charges, providing they do not exceed their monthly minutes allowance.

This higher-tier broadband deal is priced at £20 per month, with Orange mobile customers receiving a £5 per month discount.

Subscribers on each of the Orange home broadband and calls tariffs are required to sign up on a 12-month contract and pay a £13.50 per month line rental fee.

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