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TalkTalk has launched a special short-term broadband offer, giving away a £75 Love2shop voucher to new internet and home phone subscribers.

The service provider is running the promotion across its ADSL broadband range, which includes the TalkTalk Essentials and TalkTalk Plus TV broadband packages.

With a free £75 Love2shop voucher, consumers can make significant savings across 20,000 UK high street stores, including the likes of Argos, Boots, Debenhams, River Island and Waterstones.

However, consumers only have until midnight on Tuesday September 17th 2013 to take advantage of the broadband deal.

The entry-level TalkTalk broadband option is Essentials, which offers up to 16Mb download speeds and an unlimited monthly usage allowance on a 12-month contract.

At present, the price is reduced by 50 per cent for the first 12 months, meaning customers can pay just £3.75 per month plus line rental for the first year.

Also included with the package are evening and weekend calls to UK landlines, a free wireless broadband router and a free connection worth £30.

Customers wishing to take out a TV, home phone and broadband package can sign up for TalkTalk Plus TV, which comes with a free YouView box worth £299.

This enables subscribers to take advantage of TalkTalk TV, which offers a host of Freeview channels, on-demand content, seven-day catch-up services and a range of optional add-ons such as Sky Movies and Sky Sports.

TalkTalk Plus TV also offers up to 16Mb download speeds, an unlimited monthly data allowance, inclusive anytime calls to UK landlines, a free installation and a free wireless router.

The broadband deal ordinarily costs £15.50 per month plus line rental over the course of an 18-month contract, however new customers can currently take advantage of six months' half-price.

This means they pay just £7.75 per month plus line rental for the first six months of their deal.

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