Internet service provider BT will continue to offer three months free on its Total Broadband and unlimited calls package until the middle of next month.
Consumers signing up for the broadband bundle are ordinarily charged £15.99 per month for web and phone services, but under the terms of the current offer, the first bill is received in the fourth month of the contract.
BT has confirmed that the promotion will continue until September 17th, meaning potential subscribers have exactly one month to make their minds up.
The offer applies to any new customer signing up for BT Total Broadband and unlimited landline services on an 18-month deal.
A line rental fee of £12.79 per month also applies, plus a connection charge if this is a new BT landline.
For the next week, BT is also offering consumers signing up for standalone broadband services the chance to pay a reduced fee for the first three months of their deal.