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Fuel is giving UK consumers the chance to enjoy free broadband services for an entire year.

The service provider is offering unlimited high-speed broadband - offering download speeds of up to 16Mb - at no charge for the first year.

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The only cost to subscribers during the introductory discount period is line rental, which is priced at £15 per month from the start of their contract.

After 12 months, the price of Unlimited Fuel Broadband rises to £4 per month plus line rental.

As well as unlimited high-speed downloads, the broadband package offers evening and weekend calls to UK landlines.

It also comes with a free wireless broadband router, giving customers the chance to get online via a number of connected devices throughout the home.

There is no activation fee for new customers, allowing them to save another £20 when getting started with their Fuel Broadband package.

Subscribers have the option of upgrading from evening and weekend to anytime calls for an additional £3 per month.

Fuel is giving consumers four weeks to take advantage of the broadband deal, which expires on December 30th.

Customers can make additional savings by referring a new subscriber to the broadband provider.

Whenever a new subscriber joins, citing a reference from an existing customer, both parties receive a £25 Amazon voucher - potentially a welcome boost in the run-up to Christmas.

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