TalkTalk is to withdraw its current offer of three-months free broadband with its Essentials broadband and home phone package at the end of the month, leaving just three days for customers to take advantage of the money-saving deal.
Under the terms of the incentive, consumers who sign up for the Talk Essentials deal before April 31st pay nothing for their broadband for the first three months. After the expiry of this initial period, during which time they pay just £11.25 for line rental, subscribers will be charged £6.49 per month for their broadband connection.
The offer adds to the appeal of a broadband and home phone package which is already one of the most competitively priced on the market. TalkTalk Essentials customers benefit from a broadband connection at up to 8Mb as well as a huge 40Gb monthly download limit.
Furthermore, TalkTalk Essentials also promises Britons the chance to cut their phone bills. Included in the package are free off-peak calls to UK landlines at evenings and weekends, as well as free calls to 36 international destinations at any time. There is also no charge for calling another TalkTalk customer.
Other value-adding incentives included in the broadand deal by the UK broadband provider are a free wireless router and two Nectar points for every £1 that subscribers spend on their TalkTalk bill.
Should buyers wish to modify the terms of the deal, they can do so by adding a Boost at an extra charge of £4 per month. These offer the chance to raise your download allowance - up to 80GB - or boost your connection speed to the fastest that your line can handle.