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Fibre specialist Hyperoptic has launched a new broadband deal, offering six months' half-price service on a range of tariffs.

New subscribers can take advantage of an initial 50 per cent discount on the firm's broadband-only and home phone and broadband packages.

They can benefit from six months' half-price on Hyperoptic's 20Mb and 1Gb broadband-only packages. The same offer applies to the service provider's 20Mb and 100Mb broadband and home phone deals.

Consumers need to use the relevant promotion code to take advantage of each broadband offer. They have until July 6th to sign up for half-price fibre services.

Hyperoptic's 20Mb broadband-only package is priced at an initial £11.25 per month, while the 1Gb deal costs £30 per month during the introductory period.

The entry-level dual-play package - which offers broadband speeds of up to 20Mb - is priced at £6.25 per month plus line rental for the first six months.

Following the introductory discount period, the price reverts to £12.50 per month plus line rental.

Hyperoptic's 100Mb broadband and phone package costs £12.50 per month plus line rental for the first six months, rising to £25 per month plus line rental thereafter.

In order to take advantage of the deal, consumers need to input the relevant promotion code when selecting their deal.

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