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TalkTalk has launched two new broadband deals for households seeking entry-level internet and home phone calls.

The service provider is now offering nine months' half-price broadband and calls to consumers signing up for TalkTalk Essentials.

During this introductory discount period, they are able to pay just £3.25 per month for high-speed broadband and an unlimited usage allowance.

After nine months, the cost of TalkTalk Essentials rises to £6.50 per month.

Subscribers also receive unlimited evening and weekend calls, a TalkTalk 523a wireless router and network-level security software.

TalkTalk is running a separate offer for households requiring a new phone line when switching broadband service providers.

Newline Essentials - which also offers high-speed broadband and unlimited downloads for 12 months - comes with £25 welcome credit, a free wireless router and evening and weekend calls to UK landlines.

In order to get started, consumers need to choose a broadband package then enter their postcode - allowing TalkTalk to check the status of the telephone line at that address.

Subscribers then fill out their personal details and choose a convenient time for an engineer to come and install the new line at their home.

The new TalkTalk Essentials broadband offers sit alongside the current deal on higher-tier package TalkTalk Plus TV.

For £14.50 per month, consumers receive unlimited downloads, anytime calls and a free YouView box worth £299.

This allows TV viewers to enjoy 74 Freeview channels, seven-day catch-up services and unlimited access to 4,000 shows and films.

TalkTalk Plus TV subscribers also receive a 12-month LOVEFiLM Instant subscription, giving them access to an extensive library of movie content.

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