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PlusNet free broadband offer reaches last day

Tuesday, August 31st 2010
The three months free broadband offer from PlusNet expires at the end of the day.
PlusNet free broadband offer reaches last day
Consumers only have until the end of the day to sign up for PlusNet's current three months of free broadband promotion.

The offer was launched on July 20th 2010 and is due to expire today (August 31st). It applies to any customers who take out PlusNet's Value or Extra home broadband packages, which typically cost from £6.49 and £11.49 per month respectively.

Each of these deals allows subscribers to browse the web and make downloads at speeds of up to 20Mb/s and also include a free wireless router, usually priced at £40.

Value has a monthly usage limit of 10GB, while Extra is capped at 60GB.

Furthermore, the promotion applies to PlusNet's range of home phone and broadband bundles, which start at £17.74 per month - a package that also includes free evening and weekend calls.

Meanwhile, the provider's highest landline and home broadband offer - which comes with anytime calls to UK landlines - is priced at £27.74 per month. 

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