Internet service provider TalkTalk has launched a new offer which allows members of the armed forces to get access to a year of free broadband.
The company is celebrating Armed Forces Day, which takes place tomorrow (June 26th), by offering troops and their families access to 12 months of free broadband access, as well as free evening and weekend calls to UK landlines.
People who switch to take up the deal will only have to pay £11.49 a month in line rental, as well as the connection fee of £29.99.
Mark Schmid, Communications Director of TalkTalk, outlined on the firm's official blog: "We've decided to get behind British Armed Forces Day by giving away a year's free broadband to those in the Armed Forces and their families.
"They deserve recognition and thanks, and we can play our own small part by putting together this exclusive deal."
TalkTalk is one of the UK's biggest broadband providers, with over four million home phone and broadband subscribers.