Broadband provider TalkTalk has revealed its offer of three months' worth of free internet access will finish tomorrow (October 9th).
Under the terms of the deal, new subscribers to the company's Essentials package would only pay around £11.25 for broadband access and home phone services during the initial period which equates to a saving of just under £20.
The cost would then rise to at least £17.74 a month after the initial three-month period.
By signing up to the service, consumers get broadband offering speeds of up to 8Mb, as well as a 40GB download limit, a free wireless router and technical support.
They would also be able to enjoy free local calls, unlimited calls to any UK landline at evenings and weekends and free voicemail.
Earlier this year, TalkTalk became the UK's largest residential broadband provider after announcing its acquisition of rival company Tiscali for around £236 million.