Broadband provider TalkTalk has launched a new deal which offers customers a special incentive to sign up to its internet services.
From today (November 20th), the company is offering £30 of Marks and Spencer (M&S) vouchers to those who register to take up its broadband package.
Hopes are high that the offer will prove as popular as TalkTalk's previous incentives, which included a free connection deal, as they helped to boost its subscriber figures over the course of this year.
The M&S voucher offer is expected to end on December 3rd, while subscribers have been promised that they will receive the coupons within 28 days of their broadband connections going live.
News of the special deal has come after TalkTalk also unveiled its new Pro broadband package, which offers subscribers access to connection speeds of up to 24Mb.
It is thought that the package is around £200 cheaper than a similar deal offered by rival internet service provider BT.