The clock is still ticking on BT's final summer 2010 broadband deal, which now has just ten days left to run.
Since August, the internet service provider (ISP) has been offering three months free to customers subscribing to its Total Broadband and Unlimited UK calls package.
However, the offer is being withdrawn in just over one week's time, meaning potential customers have limited time to investigate the potential pros and cons of the broadband deal.
The package, available until October 1st, enables consumers to access download speeds of up to 20Mb, with unlimited Wi-Fi minutes and a 10GB monthly usage allowance included.
After the initial three months free, the broadband package is priced at £15.99 per month on an 18-month deal, plus line rental which starts from £9.49 per month.
The inclusion of a BT Home Hub, which ordinarily retails at £89.99, adds to the appeal of this offer, which enables calls to be made to UK landlines at any time.
Subscribers desiring 20Mb broadband, a 10GB usage allowance but only evening and weekend calls may wish to consider another of the ISP's current broadband deals – which is priced at £6.99 for the first three months, rising to £13.99 for the remainder of the contract.