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TalkTalk has launched a new set of tools designed to help broadband, TV and phone subscribers save money on their monthly bills.

The firm's 'Bill Busters' are designed to empower consumers, by informing them of easy ways to reduce the amount they spend on communication services.

TalkTalk has offered a number of tips, including paying bills within 24 hours to receive a ten per cent discount, paying line rental 12 months in advance to make the same saving, and using the Talk2Go app and calling circles to maximise the use of inclusive landline minutes.

Consumers are also being urged to utilise TalkTalk's online privacy tools - which are available as standard with broadband deals - and view bills online, rather than receiving a hard-copy paper version, to save £22.80 per year.

In addition, TalkTalk has offered general advice on how UK consumers can keep on top of their broadband, TV and phone finances.

Suggestions include setting up data usage alerts - to avoid incurring additional charges should the monthly cap be exceeded -  and using flexible call boosts rather than paying for landline calls per minute.

The firm also urges television viewers to take out premium channel packs - such as Sky Sports and Sky Movies - as TV Boosts on one-month contracts, rather than signing up for long-term deals.

TalkTalk’s Managing Director of Consumer Tristia Harrison said the broadband provider is "all about making Britain better off".

"We’re constantly challenging ourselves to find new ways to help families save money," she commented.

Ms Harrison claimed that TalkTalk homes already benefit from the "lowest-priced" broadband, TV, mobile and phone packages, saving up to £184 a year compared to other providers.

She added that TalkTalk's ‘Bill Busters’ tools go one stage further, by helping consumers take control of their broadband, TV and phone bills.

"With these new features, TalkTalk now offers more ways to save money than any other major broadband provider," Ms Harrison added.

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