Leading internet service provider TalkTalk is continuing to promote its 2010 spring sale through the national media.
The firm is offering consumers the chance to receive three months of free web services when they subscribe to its Essentials broadband package.
For just £6.99 a month on an 18-month contract – plus line rental of £11.49 – phone and broadband customers can receive download speeds of up to 24Mb.
In addition, they have access to a monthly usage allowance of 40GB and are exempt from the usual £29.99 connection fee – not to mention the £20.97 saved on the first three bills.
Also, with their TalkTalk home phone service, subscribers gain access to unlimited evening and weekend phone calls to other UK landlines.
According to the broadband provider, around 80 per cent of UK consumers are able to access the deal, based upon their location.
Earlier this year, TalkTalk began trading as an independent company following its demerger from Carphone Warehouse.