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TalkTalk is giving consumers the chance to get their hands on a £50 Love2shop voucher when they sign up for one of its TV, home phone and broadband bundles.

For a limited time only, the broadband provider is offering free gift certificates to new customers signing up for its Essentials TV and Plus TV packages.

This is in addition to the 50 per cent discount subscribers can take advantage of for the first six months of their 18-month contract.

TalkTalk Essentials TV offers up to 16Mb download speeds, an unlimited monthly usage allowance, a free router, and evening and weekend calls.

In addition, subscribers receive a YouView box worth £149, allowing them to pause and rewind live TV, and access on-demand services via TalkTalk TV.

The broadband deal is priced at £4.25 per month plus line rental for six months, rising to £8.50 per month thereafter.

TalkTalk Plus TV offers the same deal on broadband, along with unlimited anytime calls and a larger YouView set-top box worth £299.

This unit allows viewers to record programmes and films from the TV, and take advantage of seven-day catch-up services.

New customers can pay just £9.25 per month plus line rental for the first six months of an 18-month contract, rising to £18.50 per month plus line rental thereafter.

All new TallkTalk customers are entitled to a free connection, helping them to save money when switching broadband providers.

They can also take advantage of the broadband provider's network-level security solution HomeSafe.

TalkTalk is currently running another broadband deal - offering its SimplyBroadband package for just £1.75 per month plus line rental for six months, rising to £3.50 per month thereafter.

The deal offers an unlimited monthly usage allowance and free connection, but no inclusive calls package.

This means if consumers prefer to use their mobile phone to make calls, they do not need to pay for evening & weekend or anytime calls.

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