TalkTalk broadband customers 'to get free computers'

Wednesday, August 27th 2014
TalkTalk customers who sign up for its SimplyBroadband package could be set to receive a free PC.
TalkTalk broadband customers 'to get free computers'
Network provider TalkTalk has teamed up with technology giant Microsoft and Simplify Digital to offer free computers to consumers who sign up for one of its broadband packages.

SimplyBroadband is one of the more basic deals the company provides, connecting individuals to the internet, while also allowing them to enjoy free phone calls with other TalkTalk customers.

Currently, the service is half price, with sign-up costs of just £1.75 per month and with the added bonus of a PC featuring Windows 7 and an 80GB hard drive thrown in.

This addition is on offer as part of Microsoft's Digital Inclusion scheme, which aims to connect an increased number of people to the web in their own homes, at a reasonable price.

While the PC being given away is a refurbished model, consumers can pay an extra £59 and receive a second-hand laptop instead. However, the computer does come with a brand new keyboard and mouse, as well as a flat-screen monitor.

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