There is now just one week left to take advantage of six months free home phone and broadband services on TalkTalk's Essentials package.
Consumers signing up for the broadband deal before September 30th do not need to pay a penny to their internet service provider (ISP) until the seventh month of their 18-month contract.
The only charge during the first six months of the deal is for landline rental, meaning savings of almost £50 are possible through the promotion.
For £6.99 per month, TalkTalk Essentials offers download speeds of up to 24Mb, a 40GB usage allowance and free evening and weekend calls to all UK landlines.
Subscribers are also provided with a free wireless broadband router, enabling them to get online in any part of their home, and have access to 24-hour customer support.
Earlier this week, TalkTalk's Executive Director of Strategy and Regulation, Andrew Heaney, said the ISP had launched a judicial review of the Digital Economy Act, which was passed earlier this year in a bid to combat illegal filesharing.
He claimed that the legislation should be thrown off the statute books due to the insufficient scrutiny it received from MPs during its passage through the houses of parliament.