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Tiscali is handing out free modems in a bid to get punters to sign up to its broadband service.

Combined with a free connection promo to its 512kbps service, punters could save £115 getting started.
The time-limited offer runs until the end of March. Subscription to Tiscali's broadband service costs £27 a month.

Explaining why Tiscali was offering the free modem, Steve Horley, ISP and business development director at Tiscali UK, said: "This is what Tiscali is all about - challenging the market and being a champion for the consumer."

Seriously. That's what he said.

Anyhow, to find out more go here. ®

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