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T-Mobile customers are being given the opportunity to sign up for cheap broadband and calls courtesy of sister company Orange.

The firm's customers can now receive half-price home broadband and phone services when signing up for Orange Broadband & Calls.

T-Mobile customers are being offered the chance to take cut-price home broadband as part of the ongoing merger of the two companies' UK operations.

In 2010, the British arms of T-Mobile and Orange came together to form Everything Everywhere - now the UK's largest 3G broadband provider.

Mobile customers can take advantage of each company's network to make calls and access the internet, and now T-Mobile customers can benefit from discount Orange home broadband.

T-Mobile customers signing up for Orange broadband & Calls gain access to up to 14Mb downloads and an unlimited monthly usage allowance.

They also receive a free wireless broadband router worth £95 and evening and weekend calls to UK landline numbers.

A free £40 Marks & Spencer voucher is also currently available to consumers signing up for this broadband deal.

Consumers with an existing T-Mobile or Orange subscription are required to pay just £5 per month for Orange Broadband & Calls, plus a £13.50 line rental fee.

Other customers pay a standard price of £10 per month for the broadband deal.

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