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Tesco is giving UK households the chance to save money through a 12 months' free broadband offer.

For the next two weeks, consumers signing up for the firm's Broadband & Phone deal can take advantage of the offer, which enables them to save £72.

The broadband package is ordinarily priced at £6 per month plus line rental, but consumers signing up by December 1st 2013 need pay nothing for internet services for a whole year.

They simply need to meet line rental costs during the first year, at £14.90 per month.

Tesco Broadband & Phone offers up to 14Mb download speeds and an unlimited monthly usage allowance.

Evening and weekend calls are included with the broadband package, as is a free connection and a wireless router.

Consumers signing up for the broadband deal earn Clubcard points on each monthly bill, helping them to save money on other Tesco goods and services.

Subscribers receive one Clubcard point for every £1 they spend on Tesco broadband, home phone and line rental services. Every three months, Tesco adds up customers' Clubcard points and turns them in to vouchers.

Tesco also offers an anytime calls option for broadband customers seeking inclusive landline minutes throughout the week.

Unlimited Tesco broadband with anytime calls is priced at £4.50 per month plus line rental for the first 12 months, rising to £10.50 per month plus line rental thereafter.

Subscribers receive up to 14Mb download speeds, an unlimited monthly usage allowance, a free wireless router and free set-up when taking out a 12-month deal.

Customers opting for a rolling 30-day contract are required to pay an initial £40 start-up fee.

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