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BT has sweetened the appeal of its Unlimited Broadband packages by upping the value of its free Sainsbury's vouchers from £25 to £50 and £50 to £100.

The entry level deal is BT's Unlimited Broadband and Calls package, which is priced at £5 a month plus £17.99 line rental.

Subscribers to the 12-month contract will receive 17MB broadband and unlimited downloads, as well as unlimited BT WiFi minutes, a free BT Home Hub 4 and BT Sport Lite.

The deal also comes with the £50 Sainsbury's voucher.

Alternatively, the less financially conscious may opt for the Unlimited Broadband, Calls & TV Entertainment Plus Package at £17.50, which offers 38MB broadband, free weekend calls, and a BT Home Hub 5 plus YouView box, which offers access 25 premium channels & NetProtect Plus.

That deal, which may well suit those looking to get their TV choices sorted in time for Christmas, comes with a £100 Sainsbury's voucher.

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