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TalkTalk broadband free connection offer returns

Thursday, June 10th 2010
Home broadband specialist TalkTalk has unveiled a new offer.
TalkTalk broadband free connection offer returns
Broadband bundles provider TalkTalk has brought back its offer of free connection on its home broadband deal.

In a "web exclusive" deal new customers can enjoy a saving of £29.99 with the TalkTalk Essentials package.

The news comes off the back of the firm's week-long deal that offered new customers free subscription to its broadband service for 12 months.

TalkTalk's new offer comprises high-speed broadband with speeds of up to 24 Mbps and a "generous" 40 GB download allowance for £6.99 a month plus £11.49 per month for line rental.

Meanwhile, broadband company AOL's offer to new customers will be coming to end later this month.

Currently the firm is trying to attract new business with a deal that sees customers enjoying their first three months with the company for £4.99, paying £14.99 thereafter.

This deal, which also offers free connection, will come to an end on June 27th, the company has said.

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Ian Cockayne
10th June 2010
Why isn't Talk Talk offering free connection to existing customers?
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