Free Plusnet broadband and calls for three months

New customers signing up to a Plusnet broadband and calls package can now nab themselves three months free subscription.

The latest deal from the Yorkshire broadband provider gives you speeds of up to 20Mb broadband and inclusive calls when you sign-up online by 3 February.

"You can choose from either the Value package, which comes with a 10GB monthly allowance, or the Extra package with a generous 60GB limit," explained Michael Phillips, product director.

Both packages also offer free downloads between midnight and 8am.

The Value package will cost you just £6.49 a month after your three months free - making it the cheapest standalone broadband package on the market - while the Extra package costs from £11.49 a month.

You must also take a Plusnet landline at £11.99 a month - far cheaper than BT's current standard price of £13.60.

You can then add evening and weekend calls for free, or anytime calls free for three months - though this will cost you an extra £3.50 a month thereafter.

"This is the latest in a raft of money-saving deals to come out after the New Year," added Phillips, "making this the perfect time to switch broadband provider and cut the cost of your household bills."

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