Around four-fifths of UK households are now able to take advantage of TalkTalk's latest Essentials broadband deal, the firm has claimed.
The internet service provider (ISP), which offers the £6.99 per month package depending on location and availability, says 80 per cent of properties are now within its coverage.
TalkTalk claims that its Essentials package offers "unbeatable value" phone and broadband services, which can save subscribers £154 compared to rival ISPs over the course of their 18-month contract.
Subscribers gain access to 24Mb download speeds, a 40GB monthly usage allowance and unlimited evening and weekend calls to UK landlines.
A free wireless router is also included with the offer, enabling TalkTalk subscribers to get online anywhere in their home, within range of their router.
Last week, the ISP announced that customers can add 100 inclusive landline-to-mobile minutes to their broadband bundle, for just £2.93 extra per month.