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TalkTalk has brought back its £100 Love2shop voucher offer, which sees new broadband subscribers receive a free gift certificate.

The original promotion expired on August 21st, but TalkTalk is again offering free shopping vouchers with its SimplyBroadband, Essentials TV and Plus TV deals.

As such, new subscribers can make significant savings at more than 20,000 retail stores, restaurants, bars and attractions across the UK.

SimplyBroadband - the entry-level TalkTalk broadband deal - offers high-speed 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 receive an unlimited monthly usage allowance, a free wireless router and a free connection worth £30.

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.

For the first six months, the package is priced at £4.25 per month plus line rental, rising to £8.50 per month plus line rental thereafter.

TalkTalk Plus TV offers the same deal on broadband, but subscribers can take advantage of anytime landline calls.

They can also enjoy use of a larger YouView box - worth £299 - which allows them to pause, rewind and record live TV, and access 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 thereafter.

The £100 Love2shop voucher offer is available to new TalkTalk customers signing up for their broadband package over the internet.

TalkTalk is running the deal until September 4th, meaning consumers have eight days to take advantage.

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