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BT announces new broadband package

BT announces new broadband package

Category: Broadband

Updated: 28/04/2009
First Published: 28/04/2009

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has launched a new broadband package, which it describes as the cheapest available of its kind.

Customers of BT Total Broadband are being offered both home and mobile broadband for £15.65 per month.

The charge is for the home service, with up to 1GB of free mobile usage being added on.

Managing director of the firm's consumer division John Petter explained that the move is designed to ensure customers can access the internet from anywhere without having to be concerned about cost.

"This is an absolutely fantastic deal, the most complete home and mobile broadband for only 56p a day is a no-brainer," he said.

According to BT, a comparable deal with Virgin would cost over £125 more over the course of 18 months.

The provider recently announced that those who switch back to its phone service from another company are being offered free broadband services for three months.

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