Brits signing up to TalkTalk's line rental services will be able to enjoy the provider's Essentials broadband package free-of-charge until 2010.
The deal will apply for those taking out a contract between January 16th and March 2nd, with broadband users able to enjoy speeds of up to 8Mb and a monthly download allowance of 40GB.
Line rental will cost £10.50 as part of an 18-month contract, with broadband being charged at £6.49 from 2010 until the end of the deal.
"We know our customers are looking for money saving options now more than ever," commented Andrew Harrison, chief executive at the Carphone Warehouse's, TalkTalk's parent company.
He continued: "With the current economical climate, we are offering our customers cost effective solutions to be able to stay in touch easily and cheaply, both online and over the phone."
Those thinking of taking advantage of this offer, which comes with a free wireless router, are warned that a £29.99 connection fee is charged.