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Orange.co.uk/compare Offers Free Orange Broadband

Orange (orange.co.uk/compare) is offering its mobile phone customers free Orange home broadband plus free home phone calls to UK landlines for the first 3 months.
The move means Orange mobile phone customers can now enjoy the best value home broadband and call plans by switching their home broadband and phone call packages to Orange.
Usually £7.50 a month, the Orange Broadband and Offpeak calls package provides up to 20Mb broadband speeds with an unlimited download allowance, plus unlimited evening and weekend phone calls to UK landlines and 0845/0870 numbers.
A free top of the range ‘n’ class wireless router is included within the package for wireless broadband access in and around the home, while the standard £30 broadband connection fee has been scrapped.
McAfee online Family Protection with parental controls is also included, enabling Orange customers to choose what their kids can do and see online, while also keeping their computer free from spyware and their personal data protected.
Readers can find out more at the orange.co.uk website or call Orange on 0800 072 4136.

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