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Customers signing up for super-fast broadband with Plusnet can take advantage of a heavy discount for nine months.

The firm is running a cut-price promotion on its Unlimited Fibre and Unlimited Fibre Extra broadband packages, giving subscribers the chance to make significant savings.

New customers have the choice between Plusnet's up to 38Mb service, or its top-tier up to 76Mb broadband deal.

Plusnet Unlimited Fibre offers speeds of up to 38Mb, with no restrictions on the amount of data that can be consumed each month.

The broadband deal includes evening and weekend calls, a free wireless broadband router, IT security and free customer support.

Ordinarily, Plusnet Unlimited Fibre is priced at £14.99 per month plus line rental. However, during the introductory offer period, consumers can pay just £7.50 per month plus line rental.

If they wish to upgrade to anytime calls, subscribers pay an additional £5 per month.

Plusnet Unlimited Fibre Extra offers download speeds of up to 76Mb and uploads of up to 19.5Mb.

The broadband deal includes all the same features as the 38Mb package, including a free activation worth £50 when you take a Plusnet phone line.

For the first nine months of an 18-month contract, Plusnet Unlimited Fibre Extra is priced at £12.50 per month plus line rental.

From month ten, the price reverts to £19.99 per month plus line rental.

As with Plusnet Unlimited Fibre, an upgrade to anytime calls is available for £5 per month.

Alternatively, subscribers can add Anytime International 300 - which allows them to make inclusive calls to 35 top international destinations - for £7 per month.

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