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TalkTalk has refreshed its range of broadband deals in a bid to offer greater value to new subscribers.

Not only is the broadband provider offering half-price internet services across its product range, but customers who sign up online are entitled to a £100 Love2shop voucher.

This gift certificate can be used to make savings across 20,000 high street stores in the UK, plus many bars, restaurants and other attractions.

The entry-level TalkTalk broadband deal is SimplyBroadband, which offers internet services without inclusive landline minutes.

At present, the broadband package is available for just £1.75 per month plus line rental, rising to £3.50 per month after 12 months.

Consumers can download as much data as they want on this tariff. If they wish to use their home phone, they simply pay for the minutes they use.

TalkTalk Essentials offers unlimited high-speed broadband with evening and weekend calls and a free YouView set-top box.

This allows viewers to access the TalkTalk TV service, which includes Freeview channels, access to on-demand content and premium bolt-on packages.

Ordinarily priced at £8.50 per month plus line rental, the deal is currently available for £4.25 per month plus line rental for six months.

TalkTalk Plus TV offers the same deal, except subscribers receive a larger YouView box as part of their package. This allows them to pause, rewind and record live TV, and take advantage of seven-day catch-up services.

TalkTalk Plus TV is priced at £9.25 per month plus line rental for six months, rising to £18.50 per month plus line rental once the introductory offer period expires.

With each of the TalkTalk broadband deals, subscribers are entitled to a free connection - adding to the savings possible when signing up.

TalkTalk has also reduced the price of a Superpowered Fibre Broadband upgrade for six months - offering a 50 per cent discount to customers who want access to super-fast download speeds.

They are also entitled to a half-price connection when making the move from copper broadband to fibre with TalkTalk.

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