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Fuel Broadband has become the first UK supplier to offer Amazon Fire TV with its packages, after enhancing its six months' free broadband deal.

Customers signing up for the deal receive up to 16Mb broadband for six months for no charge, and then pay just £5 per month after that, in addition to £16.40 line rental.

Furthermore, new customers now receive a free Amazon Fire TV Stick, which offers access to a vast selection of content, apps and games, including popular streaming services such as Prime Instant Video, Netflix, BBC iPlayer, BBC News, BBC Sport, Sky News, Curzon Home Cinema and STV Player.

Launching today (June 8th), the offer gives new Fuel customers the chance to watch video content in up to 1080p HD with Dolby Digital Plus and also comes with a free 30-day trial of Amazon Prime.

This which offers unlimited streaming of over 15,000 popular movies and TV episodes, the ability to rent or buy over 50,000 popular movies and TV shows through Amazon Instant Video, and access to the latest movies.

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This is the first time that Amazon has worked with a UK broadband provider to offer the Fire TV Stick, notes Nigel Eastwood, Chief Executive of Fuel's parent company, New Call Telecom.

He added: "We’re delighted to be working with Amazon to offer Fire TV Stick to our customers. We spend a great deal of time listening to what our customers want and looking at how we give them added value.

"This tie-up with Amazon signals our intention to give our customers access to the very latest viewing innovations."

Those wishing to take advantage of the offer also receive a free wireless router on a 12-month contract, as well as unlimited data allowance, free activation worth £20, free evening and weekend calls, and daytime UK landline calls for 8.4p minute, as well as the innovative new stick.

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