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Plusnet is giving UK consumers the opportunity to make significant savings on broadband and home phone services.

The service provider has cut the price of its Unlimited Broadband and Calls package from £9.99 per month plus line rental to £2.49 per month plus line rental.

The broadband deal - which Plusnet describes as being "a perfect package for large families, downloaders and gamers" - offers download speeds of up to 16Mb.

There is no usage cap, meaning subscribers can download as much data as they like over the course of the month.

Subscribers receive a free four-port wireless broadband router worth £40, allowing them to get online via a range of web-enabled devices anywhere in the home.

In addition, Plusnet customers have 24/7 access to UK-based customer support and the free help tool Plusnet Assist.

Service activation is free to customers signing up on an annual contract.

Unlimited Broadband and Calls customers can take advantage of weekend calls to UK landlines, 0845 and 0870 numbers, and free calls to Plusnet phone customers at all times.

Subscribers have the option of upgrading their broadband package should they desire additional home phone features.

Those seeking Plusnet Anytime calls need to pay an extra £5 per month, while Plusnet Anytime International 300 costs £7 per month more.

With this add-on, subscribers can use 300 minutes each month to call 35 international destinations.

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