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Consumers can get their hands on 18 months' free broadband and a £75 Love2shop voucher by signing up for TalkTalk's SimplyBroadband package.

The entry-level broadband deal - which offers high-speed unlimited internet services, without inclusive minutes - is currently available at a bargain-basement price.

New subscribers signing up for SimplyBroadband online pay nothing except line rental over the course of their 18-month deal.

They are able to save £3.50 per month on the cost of broadband, adding up to a total saving of £63.

Line rental is priced at £16.70 per month from the start of the contract, although a discount is available for customers who pay for a year upfront.

The broadband deal offers up to 17Mb download speeds with no restrictions on data consumption.

Subscribers not only receive a free £75 Love2shop voucher - which can be used in thousands of shops, restaurants, bars and attractions nationwide - but they are entitled to a free wireless router and connection too.

Should customers wish to use their home phone, they will be charged at the usual network rate.

For consumers who want to add landline and TV services to their broadband deal, TalkTalk Essentials TV is the entry-level option.

This offers up to 17Mb unlimited broadband, a free router, free connection, evening and weekend calls to UK landlines and a free YouView set-top box.

Subscribers can access Freeview channels and on-demand content, and also take advantage of seven-day catch-up services, plus pause and rewind functions.

Free calls between TalkTalk customers are included, while subscribers can now utilise the TV2Go and Talk2Go apps.

As with TalkTalk SimplyBroadband, a £75 Love2shop voucher is available to new customers.

TalkTalk Essentials TV is currently priced at £4.25 per month plus line rental for six months of an 18-month contract, rising to £8.50 per month plus line rental thereafter.

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