TalkTalk has launched a new initiative in which it is giving away money to customers.
The broadband provider started the scheme in London earlier this year and is utilising the skills of so-called 'put-pockets' to place notes ranging from £5 to £20 in peoples' pockets.
Each note is attached to a small card that contains a message about TalkTalk and its services.
Twenty specialists have been piloting the put-pocket scheme in the capital since July 1st and it is now going to be rolled out across the UK's major cities.
Speaking about the programme, TalkTalk Head of Put-Pocketing Chris Fitch said that it feels nice to be able to do something that will benefit people.
He commented: "It feels good to give something back for a change - and Britons certainly need it in the current economic climate."
The put-pocket initiative will go nationwide at the end of this month.