Consumers drawn to the prospect of six months free web services have another ten days to take advantage of TalkTalk's current broadband deal.
The internet service provider (ISP) recently raised the stakes in the broadband market by offering half a year's worth of free access on its Essentials broadband and home phone package.
For the first six-months of an 18-month deal, subscribers can avoid paying the normal monthly fee of £6.99, being charged only for landline rental.
However, the ISP cannot continue with this offer indefinitely and the promotion is being withdrawn as of September 30th.
TalkTalk Essential customers can benefit from a 40GB usage allowance, download speeds of up to 24Mb and free evening and weekend calls to all UK landlines.
Free technical and customer support and a free wireless router are also thrown in to add to the appeal of the package.
According to TalkTalk, the broadband package enables customers to save almost £200 compared to some of its rival ISPs.