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Plusnet has launched a deal offering half-price broadband to new customers taking out its internet and line rental services.

Consumers can pay as little as £2.99 per month for ADSL broadband or £9.99 per month for fibre services when they sign up on an 18-month deal.

Line rental costs an additional £14.50 per month, however this can be reduced to the equivalent of £10.99 if customers pay 12 months in advance.

Plusnet Essentials Broadband is available at half-price for the first 12 months, reduced from £5.99 per month plus line rental to £2.99 per month.

The entry-level package offers up to 16Mb downloads speeds, a 10GB usage allowance, unlimited overnight usage and a free wireless broadband router.

A 50 per cent discount is also available on the Plusnet Unlimited Broadband deal, which is reduced from £9.99 to £4.99 plus line rental for the first year of an 18-month contract.

The deal offers up to 16Mb download speeds, unlimited monthly usage, and a free wireless broadband router.

Extras including the Plusnet McAfee protect security solution and 24/7 UK-based customer service are also included with the packages.

Consumers can also enjoy half-price broadband on Plusnet's super-fast fibre services.

Plusnet Essentials Fibre is half-price for the first six months, reduced from £15.99 to £7.99 per month plus line rental.

The deal offers up to 38Mb download speeds with a 40GB usage allowance, unlimited overnight usage, a free wireless router, security software and customer support.

Plusnet Unlimited Fibre is also half-price for the first six months, with up to 76Mb download speeds and unlimited monthly usage available for an initial £9.99 per month.

Extra charges apply to each broadband deal according to the home phone package selected by the customer.

The Plusnet broadband deal is set to run until July 23rd, meaning consumers have over a month to take advantage of the offer.

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