Small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) seeking to establish a web presence are being offered a special new deal from UK broadband provider Eclipse Internet.
The internet service provider (ISP) has teamed up with online payment firm PayPal to offer a new website building tool - the Eclipse eStore Business package.
Using the package, which is available on a 30-day trial basis, SMEs are able to create a professional e-commerce site within minutes.
And those businesses wishing to continue using the software after the initial one-month period are being offered a special three months' free deal.
Eclipse Internet and PayPal are offering eStore Business on a 12 months for the price of nine basis - allowing users to save up to £59.97 on their first year's bills.
"Trust is a major issue when it comes to buying online and it's a challenge for small businesses, who don't have big business brands and reputation, to set up successful shops on the web," said Clodagh Murphy, director of Eclipse Internet.
"Being able to offer secure payment via a trusted brand, PayPal can help SMEs overcome this hurdle and make a real success of their web-based channels."
The special offer is available on the ISP's website from now until Friday June 11th 2010.