Consumers signing up for a range of O2 broadband packages this month have the opportunity to make significant savings.
The internet service provider (ISP) is continuing to offer three months free to new subscribers on a trio of its most popular broadband deals.
From just £8 per month, households can take out The Basics broadband packaged, which offers a 20GB usage allowance.
O2 says this tariff is ideal for consumers who are likely to simply surf the internet and use email.
The All Rounder (from £12 per month) and The Works (from £20) are described as being more suitable for users likely to download music and TV content over the internet, or take part in online gaming.
Both deals allow consumers to consume as much data as they want, subject to a fair usage policy, with the added bonus of no broadband bill until the fourth month of their contract.
For an additional £7.50 per month, O2 allows subscribers to bolt a telephone landline onto their broadband package.