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Plusnet is giving UK households the chance to make significant savings on fixed-line broadband and home phone services.

The firm has slashed the price of its Unlimited Broadband and Calls deal from £9.99 per month plus line rental to just £2.75 per month plus line rental for a whole year.

This means subscribers are able to save almost £90 on their internet and home phone bill over the course of a 12-month minimum term contract.

Plusnet is running the promotion up until December 3rd 2013, meaning consumers have a number of weeks to take advantage of the broadband offer.

Described as "a perfect package for large families, downloaders and gamers", the Unlimited Broadband and Calls deal offers up to 16Mb download speeds with no monthly data cap.

A free wireless broadband router is included as part of the package, while a free activation enables subscribers to save another £25.

In terms of home phone calls, subscribers receive Plusnet Weekends - which allows them to use inclusive landline minutes any time on Saturday and Sunday.

Users will not be charged for the first 60 minutes of any landline call, or if they hang up before the hour mark and then redial the same number.

Plusnet Unlimited Broadband and Calls subscribers have the option of upgrading to Plusnet Anytime for an additional £5 per month.

This means they can call UK landlines 24/7 - including 0870 and 0845 numbers - and receive a 25 per cent discount on calls to popular international destinations.

Households signing up to this broadband deal can also take advantage of Plusnet Protect powered by McAfee, the Plusnet Assist help tool, and UK-based customer support.

Customers seeking faster download and upload speeds can currently take advantage of a four-month introductory discount on Plusnet's Unlimited Fibre Broadband and Calls deal.

The package - which is priced at £12.75 per month, down from £19.99 - offers up to 76Mb downloads with an unlimited monthly usage allowance.

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