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TalkTalk is giving consumers the chance to save money when they sign up for its Essentials TV and Plus TV broadband bundles.

For a limited time only, the broadband provider is offering introductory discounts on its triple and quad-play packages.

New customers can also get their hands on a free £100 Love2shop voucher when they sign up with TalkTalk.

This can be used to make savings at thousands of shops, bars, restaurants and attractions across the UK.

The entry-level broadband bundle is TalkTalk Essentials TV, which offers up to 17Mb broadband with an unlimited monthly usage allowance, a free router and free installation.

Subscribers can make home phone calls to UK landlines on evenings and weekends, and use the Talk2Go app to use these inclusive minutes on their mobile devices.

The package also includes a YouView set-top box, which allows customers to watch Freeview television and access on-demand content and catch-up services.

Essentials TV is priced at £7.50 per month plus line rental for six months, rising to £10 per month plus line rental thereafter.

Customers wishing to turn their triple-play package into quad-play can pay another £12 per month for an All-in SIM, which offers unlimited 3G data, minutes and texts.

The higher-tier broadband bundle - TalkTalk Plus TV - also offers up to 17Mb broadband with an unlimited monthly usage allowance, a free router and free installation.

But with this package, subscribers can make home phone calls throughout the week.

They also receive a larger, more powerful YouView set-top box, which allows content to be recorded and stored to be watched at a later date.

A free SIM offering 100 minutes, 250 texts and 200MB data per month is also included as part of the Plus TV broadband deal.

Subscribers pay £14.50 per month plus line rental for 12 months, rising to £20 per month plus line rental thereafter.

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