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Plusnet has launched a new broadband deal offering six months' free super-fast internet services to new subscribers.

Customers signing up for Plusnet Fibre Broadband and Evenings & Weekends on an 18-month contract pay nothing except line rental for the first six months.

This means they can save £14.99 per month on their broadband bills, or £89.94 in total, during the introductory offer period.

Plusnet Fibre Broadband and Evenings & Weekends offers download speeds of up to 38Mb, up to 19.5Mb upload speeds, and an unlimited usage allowance.

Subscribers receive a free wireless broadband router and a free activation - worth £50 - when they take Plusnet's phone services.

They are able to call 01, 02 & 03 UK landline numbers at any time during evenings and on weekends, and also make free calls to other Plusnet landlines.

Plusnet subscribers can also save money when they sign up for the firm's top-tier package - Unlimited Fibre Broadband and Anytime.

This offers the same broadband features - including up to 38Mb download speeds, no usage cap, a free wireless router and free activation - but with inclusive calls throughout the week.

Plusnet says this broadband package is "ideal for busy households" which may have multiple internet users online at the same time.

Unlimited Fibre Broadband and Anytime costs £5 per month plus line rental during the first six months of an 18-month contract, rising to £19.99 per month plus line rental thereafter.

Subscribers receive fibre broadband for free during the introductory offer period, paying only for their Anytime calls upgrade - which is priced at £5 per month.

With both Plusnet fibre broadband deals, customers can take advantage of UK-based customer support round the clock, free connection assistance via the Plusnet Assist tool, and Plusnet SafeGuard security.

Plusnet is running the cut-price fibre broadband deal until May 12th 2015.

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