Consumers are benefiting from the recent price wars between broadband providers, with many firms now offering cheap triple play bundles.
Triple play broadband bundles which offer digital TV, home phone landline services and internet access are becoming more popular, according to the Times.
The newspaper suggests that these deals are one of the best ways to cut monthly spending, with competitive deals and new offers from providers an additional bonus for customers.
Picking out some of the best packages, Times Money said broadband comparison services can help users find the most suitable deal.
Virgin Mobile's 50Mb broadband costs £50 as a standalone internet connection, but £40 per month for the first three months if included in a bundle.
This deal was held up as a money-saving option, alongside the See, Speak, Surf tariff from Sky which offers 2Mb broadband, the Sky Talk Freetime landline service and an entertainment package of Freeview channels for £16.50 per month.
However, the report warned that a £10 Sky line rental is needed and a £15 connection charge applies for a Sky box.
Bundles from Tiscali and BT were also cited as potential ways of saving money.