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TalkTalk is now giving consumers the opportunity to save money when signing up for its 38Mb fibre broadband services.

For a limited period, new subscribers can enjoy six months' half-price on the TalkTalk Superpowered Fibre boost.

The broadband upgrade can be added to TalkTalk's ADSL packages - SimplyBroadband, Essentials TV and Plus TV - enabling customers to access super-fast download speeds.

Up until July 23rd, existing customers can add Superpowered Fibre to their current deal for £5 per month for six months, down from £10 per month.

This means the entry-level SimplyBroadband package - with access to 38Mb download speeds - is currently priced at £6.75 per month for six months, rising to £13.50 per month thereafter.

With this broadband deal, consumers do not pay for inclusive home phone calls - only those that they actually make from their landline.

They can take advantage of an unlimited usage allowance, and a free wireless router which provides internet connectivity anywhere in the home.

Essentials TV customers - who receive broadband and home phone services, plus a YouView set-top box - can also upgrade to Superpowered Fibre under the six months' half-price offer.

If they wish to pay for up to 38Mb download speeds, the initial price is £9.25 per month, rising to £18.50 per month.

Plus TV customers upgrading to Superpowered Fibre pay £14.25 per month for six months, rising to £28.50 per month thereafter.

They receive a larger, more functional YouView set-top box than Essentials TV customers, allowing them to pause, rewind and record live TV, and access content on-demand.

With each of the TalkTalk broadband deals, line rental fees apply from the first month of the contract.

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