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UK consumers can access 'fibre for a fiver' with TalkTalk, after the service provider launched a new super-fast broadband deal.

TalkTalk customers can pay just £5 per month for 12 months for fibre-optic broadband, allowing them to download at speeds of up to 38Mb.

This is down from the standard price of £13.50 per month for super-fast broadband.

TalkTalk says this is its "best-ever offer" on fibre broadband, with customers able to save up to £236 compared to BT over an 18-month period.

Customers signing up online can take advantage of a free Super Router, activation and unlimited downloads - there are no restrictions on data consumption.

Line rental applies in full from the start of the contract - as with all other TalkTalk broadband deals.

Existing TalkTalk customers can also take advantage of the promotion, as the service provider is running a package upgrade offer.

SimplyBroadband, Essentials TV and Plus TV customers can pay just £5 extra per month to gain access to super-fast downloads.

This means the price of SimplyBroadband with Superpowered Fibre is just £6.75 per month plus line rental during the introductory contract period.

Essentials TV with fibre costs £9.25 per month plus line rental, while Plus TV with fibre is priced at £14.25 per month.

TalkTalk is also giving consumers the chance to save money on its copper-based ADSL broadband deals, which allow internet users to download at up to 17Mb speeds.

Taken without fibre, SimplyBroadband costs just £1.75 per month plus line rental for six months, with subscribers receiving a free connection or £50 welcome credit.

Essentials TV is priced at £4.25 per month plus line rental for six months, with a free connection or £20 credit also included

Plus TV costs £9.25 per month plus line rental during the introductory period, with consumers again able to choose between credit or a free connection.

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