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Consumers now have more incentive to sign up for a TalkTalk broadband deal this week, after the service provider improved its introductory offer.

For the next ten days, new customers who sign up online can get their hands on a £120 Love2shop voucher, while also benefiting from a hefty discount.

Consumers signing up for TalkTalk Simplybroadband, TalkTalk Essentials TV or TalkTalk Plus TV - with or without fibre - can take advantage of the deal.

As well as receiving their £120 Love2shop voucher - which can be used at thousands of shops, bars, restaurants and attractions across the UK - they can save money through a special half-price offer.

The entry-level option for TalkTalk customers is Simplybroadband - which offers unlimited internet services without TV or inclusive landline minutes.

For the first 12 months, this broadband deal is priced at just £1.75 per month plus line rental, rising to £3.50 per month plus line rental thereafter.

On TalkTalk's triple-play broadband packages, new customers receive a 50 per cent discount for the first six months.

This means TalkTalk Essentials TV customers can pay just £4.25 per month plus line rental for unlimited broadband, evening and weekend calls to UK landlines and YouView TV services.

They also receive a free broadband router, free installation and a YouView set-top box (worth £149) - which offers access to Freeview channels, catch-up TV and on-demand content, plus TalkTalk's TV Boosts.

After six months of an 18-month contract, the price reverts to £8.50 per month plus line rental.

TalkTalk's higher-tier broadband bundle - Plus TV - offers unlimited broadband with all the trimmings, anytime calls and a larger YouView set-top box with recording functionality (worth £299).

Subscribers also benefit from six months' half-price, meaning they initially pay just £9.25 per month plus line rental during the introductory period.

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