Time is running out for UK consumers to capitalise on AOL's latest broadband price promotion.
The internet service provider has been enabling customers to sign up for broadband services for just £4.99 for the first three months of the contract.
However, AOL is withdrawing the offer in ten day's time, on June 27th 2010.
Customers taking advantage of the broadband package gain access to download speeds of 8Mb, plus a 10GB usage allowance and a free wireless G router.
Full wireless security, set-up and 24-7 online technical support are also included in the broadband deal, which reverts to a monthly price of £14.99 after the initial three-month period.
AOL's parent company TalkTalk recently confirmed that the internet service provider will continue to operate under its own separate branding for the foreseeable future.
This move contrasts with TalkTalk's decision to incorporate another of its acquisitions – Tiscali – into its main company brand.