The Carphone Warehouse has put pen to paper in an agreement with D-Link to supply routers to its broadband customers.
Subscribers to TalkTalk and AOL Broadband, subsidiaries of Carphone Warehouse, will be supplied with DSL-2640R Wireless G broadband routers.
Under the 24-month contract, D-Link will provide a disposal service, operated by Netlink, which will allow customers to get rid of their old routers in an environmentally-conscious manner.
Commenting on the agreement, Alan Harten of the Telecom said: "TalkTalk and AOL Broadband's business has grown by more than 21 per cent in 2007, which means they now have 2.6 million users.
"It looks like one of the big beneficiaries from this success will be D-Link."
TalkTalk recently launched an online creative writing experiment which hopes to construct the longest collaborative story ever.