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Thursday, June 28th, 2012 (1:17 pm) - Score 949

Budget internet and phone provider TalkTalk UK has today begun including a free £25 Sainsbury’s voucher alongside their existing half price broadband and free connection (saves £30) promotions, although the voucher will only be available until Thursday 5th July 2012 next week.

Supermarket vouchers appear to be the latest must-have promotion for big broadband providers, with BT currently offering a similar £50 Sainsbury’s voucher alongside their own broadband deals. We suspect that this is at least partly because supermarket’s have a much wider audience than niche fashion or electrical stores, which could make them more attractive to consumers.

As usual TalkTalk’s new voucher, which replaces a Tesco one, can be used alongside either of the provider’s two main fixed line broadband and phone bundles.

TalkTalks Essentials Package (£3.25 per month for 12 months)
* Typical download speeds of up to 13Mbps (20Mbps max)
* Unlimited download allowance (FUP)
* Unlimited evening and weekend calls to UK landlines and 0845/0870 numbers
* Unlimited calls to other TalkTalk-members
* 10% off 16 phone numbers you call most
* FREE wireless router
* FREE HomeSafe online security
* FREE Installation (£50 credit – only for new phone lines)
* 12 month contract

TalkTalks Plus Package (£7.25 per month for 6 months)
* As above except..
* Unlimited anytime calls to UK landlines and 0845/0870 numbers

Customers must also take TalkTalks Line Rental, which costs an extra £14.50 per month but can be reduced to the equivalent of £9.50 if you pay 12 months in advance. The unbundled (LLU) broadband service currently covers over 90% of UK homes and prices rise sharply for those whom reside outside of this area.

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