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Tesco has slashed the price of its entry-level unlimited broadband deal to just £2 per month.

The broadband provider is offering cut-price internet services when households also sign up for Tesco line rental at £14.90 per month.

Tesco Broadband with Inclusive Evening & Weekend calls offers high-speed broadband, with consumers able to download as much data as they like.

Customers receive inclusive evening and weekend calls, and are entitled to a free set-up when they take out a 12-month contract.

They also receive Tesco Clubcard points on each bill.

To take advantage of the £2 unlimited broadband offer, subscribers need to quote the '4OFF' promotion code during registration.

This sees the cost of unlimited broadband cut from the normal £6 per month to £2 per month for a whole year.

After 12 months, the price reverts back to £6 per month plus line rental.

Tesco also offers an Anytime calls option for customers wishing to use their landline at peak times.

The firm's Broadband with Inclusive Anytime calls package is priced at £6.50 per month plus line rental.

Tesco also recently launched a new router, in a bid to improve the user experience for its broadband customers.

Subscribers signing up for a home phone and broadband package now receive a Wireless Technicolor 582N Pro router.

"The 582N Pro is industry-recognised as best in class, and provides you with a fast, reliable service and wireless coverage to meet your digital needs," Tesco stated.

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