Subscribers who sign up to Plusnet's deals before March 29th can enjoy a price freeze, it has been announced.
The broadband provider has revealed that people who register for its packages before the date will be guaranteed that the price will stay the same for the next 12 months at least.
Plusnet currently offers a range of home and business broadband services, including its consumer-orientated Premium deal, which offers an 80GB usage allowance alongside 20Mb broadband from £11 a month.
The price freeze campaign from the firm is also set to be widely promoted across London, particularly through adverts used across the capital's Tube network.
Last month, Plusnet confirmed it has provided additional capacity to its subscribers by lighting all four segments on its new 622Mb central pipe.
The broadband provider completed the upgrade work in order to prepare for an expected increase in service demand in the coming months.