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TalkTalk is offering added incentives to sign up for its home phone and broadband packages, with gift certificates now available to new customers.

Up until Thursday September 12th, the broadband provider is offering a £25 Love2Shop voucher with TalkTalk Essentials and a £50 Love2Shop voucher with TalkTalk Plus.

The gift certificates are in addition to the current half-price deals running on the two broadband packages.

Households signing up for TalkTalk Essentials at present can enjoy a 50 per cent discount on broadband and calls for 12 months.

The entry-level broadband package is priced at £3.75 per month plus line rental for a whole year, rising to £7.50 per month thereafter.

For this, customers receive access to high-speed downloads, an unlimited monthly usage allowance, a free wireless router and evening and weekend calls to UK landlines.

New customers signing up over the internet also receive a free connection, enabling them to save another £50 when joining.

TalkTalk Plus TV - which now comes with a £50 Love2Shop voucher - offers high-speed broadband, unlimited downloads, a free wireless router and anytime calls to UK landlines.

Also included is a YouView set-top box, which allows viewers to pause, rewind and record live TV, enjoy seven-day catch-up services and access a host of content on-demand.

Subscribers also have the option of adding premium content - such as Sky Movies and Sky Sports - to their TalkTalk Plus TV broadband package.

The deal is priced at £7.75 per month plus line rental for the first six months, rising to £15.50 per month thereafter.

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