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New customers can save money when signing up for certain TalkTalk home broadband packages.

From Thursday July 10th, the firm is offering a 50 per cent discount for three months on its Essentials TV and Plus TV deals.

And for a limited time only, TalKTalk's fibre broadband boosts are also half-price for three months.

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

The package also comes with a YouView set-top box worth £149, which allows TV viewers to watch Freeview channels, enjoy seven-day catch-up services and access on-demand content.

It is priced at £4.25 per month plus line rental for three months, rising to £8.50 per month plus line rental thereafter.

The Plus TV deal offers high-speed unlimited broadband, anytime calls to UK landlines and a free YouView set-top box worth £299.

Viewers can pause, rewind and record live TV, storing more than 200 hours of content to be watched at a later date.

With Plus TV, viewers can also watch seven premium channels: Sky 1, Sky 2, Sky Living, Sky Livingit, Sky Arts 1, Sky Arts 2 and Sky Sports News.

Ordinarily it costs £10 per month to add Superpowered Fibre Broadband to TalkTalk's Essentials TV and Plus TV packages.

But for the first three months, subscribers can pay just £5 for their super-fast broadband upgrade.

This means the initial price for Essentials TV with fibre is £9.25 per month plus line rental, while Plus TV with fibre costs £14.25 per month plus line rental during the introductory period.

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