EE is giving UK households the chance to save money on their home broadband connection.
The service provider has launched a range of deals for both ADSL and fibre broadband subscribers, which are available until April 30th 2013.
EE is offering six months' free broadband to new ADSL internet customers, allowing them to make a significant saving during the introductory contract period.
Orange, T-Mobile and EE mobile customers can pay just £5 per month plus line rental for entry-level broadband and calls, while other subscribers pay £10 per month plus line rental.
Subscribers can access up to 14Mb download speeds, enjoy an unlimited monthly data allowance, and make inclusive off-peak calls to UK landlines.
And as an added sweetener, consumers signing up over the internet receive a £25 Marks and Spencer voucher, to be used at the high street chain.
Meanwhile, EE's fibre services start from £15 per month plus line rental, with new customers receiving three months' free super-fast broadband and calls.
On this tariff, consumers are able to download at up to 38Mb and use up to 40GB of data per month. They are also able to make unlimited off-peak calls to UK landlines.
As with the ADSL broadband deal, a free £25 Marks and Spencer voucher is included for consumers who sign up over the internet.
In total - with a free connection, three months' free service and a £25 M&S voucher included - EE claims to be offering a one-off £125 welcome bonus to new fibre customers.
All EE home broadband subscribers receive the firm's Bright Box router, which allows users to take advantage of Wi-Fi in the home.
"Our most powerful router ever uses advanced n-technology so everyone in the family can be online all the time," the broadband provider stated.
"The Bright Box is fast, sleek and so compact it can fit through your letterbox."