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Freeserve has teamed up with former parent Dixons to offers cut-price broadband for customers who buy a new PC.

Punters who buy an emachines desktop PC from Dixon's PC World will be able to sign up to Freeserve's ADSL service for £19.99 a month for six months, compared to the usual monthly subscription of £29.99. And those taking up the offer will also receive a free modem and connection, giving them a saving of around £150.

Mind you, you'll have to be quick - the offer only runs from 10 October to 22 October, although word is that it is possible that the promo could be extended. Then again, it might not.

Anyhow, Freeserve also confirmed today that it is extending its free connection offer for broadband until the end of the year - a saving of £65. Oh, and it also said that there would be other promo offers on the way. Which is nice. ®

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