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Armed forces to get free broadband from TalkTalk

Friday, June 25th 2010
Broadband firm TalkTalk will let armed forces personnel use its service for free.
Armed forces to get free broadband from TalkTalk
Home broadband provider TalkTalk has announced a new offer that rewards the men and women of the armed forces for the exceptional job they do for the country.

The broadband bundles firm is giving away a year's worth of broadband access for free to all members of the armed forces and their families, the TalkTalk blog announced.

To recognise Armed Forces Day on Friday (June 25th), the firm is encouraging all army, navy and airforce personnel to sign up to a year of free home broadband complete with home phone with free UK evening and weekend landline calls.

Anyone wanting to take advantage of the offer will simply pay £11.49 a month for line rental and a £29.99 connection fee.

The deal for forces personnel comes not long after TalkTalk targeted civilians with a similar offer.

A year of free broadband was available for anyone signing up to an 18-month contract from TalkTalk during a week-long window earlier in June.

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