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TalkTalk has put up the price of its home broadband deals, including its triple-play TV, home phone and broadband bundles.

From today (Monday April 27th) the cost of TalkTalk's entry-level broadband package - SimplyBroadband - has risen from £3.50 per month plus line rental to £5 per month plus line rental.

However, TalkTalk has softened the blow by offering 12 months' free SimplyBroadband to new customers signing up online.

Subscribers can also get their hands on a free £75 Love2shop voucher if they sign up in the next ten days.

The price of the TalkTalk Essentials TV and TalkTalk Plus TV bundles has also increased.

Essentials TV - which offers high-speed, unlimited broadband, along with evening and weekend calls and a YouView set-top box - is now priced at £10 per month plus line rental, up from £8.50 per month plus line rental.

At present, new customers can take advantage of a six-month discount offer, paying an initial price £7.50 per month plus line rental.

They are also entitled to a free £75 Love2shop voucher when they sign up.

TalkTalk Plus TV is increasing in price from £18.50 per month plus line rental to £20 per month plus line rental.

But at present, the unlimited broadband, anytime calls and YouView bundle is available at a discount for the first 12 months, with customers paying £14.50 per month plus line rental.

This reverts to £20 per month plus line rental after the first year.

Again, new customers who sign up with TalkTalk online are entitled to a free Love2shop voucher, which can be used at thousands of shops, restaurants, bars and attractions nationwide.

Both Essentials TV and Plus TV subscribers can take their YouView-based connected television service on the move using the new TV2Go app, and also use landline minutes on their mobile courtesy of Talk2Go.

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