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Consumers have two days to take advantage of a new TalkTalk broadband deal which includes a hefty discount and an £80 Love2shop voucher.

Up until Wednesday July 16th, new subscribers are entitled to six months' half-price broadband with their gift certificate, which can be used at thousands of high-street stores, restaurants and attractions.

Households signing up for SimplyBroadband or Superpowered Fibre with SimplyBroadband can capitalise on the deal.

The entry-level SimplyBroadband deal offers download speeds of up to 16Mb with an unlimited usage allowance.

It comes with a free router, free connection and network-level security protection.

TalkTalk SimplyBroadband is priced at £1.75 per month plus line rental for the first six months, rising to £3.50 per month plus line rental thereafter.

There are no inclusive home phone minutes with this broadband deal - subscribers only pay for the calls they make.

TalkTalk Superpowered Fibre with SimplyBroadband is for households seeking super-fast download speeds of up to 38Mb.

Again, subscribers can download as much data as they like over the course of the month.

A free router is included and customers can call other TalkTalk customers at no additional cost.

The broadband deal is priced at £6.75 per month plus line rental for the first six months, rising to £13.50 per month plus line rental thereafter.

For both packages, customers are required to sign up on a 12-month contract.

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