AOL's latest broadband deal is set to be withdrawn in just three days' time, meaning it is a case of now or never for potential new customers.
The broadband provider is offering subscribers the bonus of web services at a reduced price for the first three months of their contract.
Rather than be charged £14.99 per month from day one, customers can save £30 by paying just £4.99 for their connection during July, August and September.
However, the AOL broadband deal ends on Sunday June 27th, meaning anyone still deliberating whether this is the offer for them must decide quickly.
Consumers who do opt to sign up will receive broadband speeds of up to 8Mb, a 10GB usage allowance and a free wireless G router.
Also available as part of the offer is full wireless security, set-up and 24-7 online technical support.
AOL is owned by fellow internet service provider TalkTalk, which recently demerged from Carphone Warehouse.