Internet service provider (ISP) TalkTalk is giving consumers more time to take advantage of its current broadband offer.
The firm has extended its one-month free broadband deals, which applies to the TalkTalk Essentials package, until the end of this week.
Having expired at the end of November, the broadband deal has been brought back until December – which could be good news for households looking to switch broadband provider.
Consumers can avoid paying anything for the first few weeks of their 18-month contract, enabling them to make an immediate saving of £6.99.
However, the real savings are generated when the free connection is factored into the equation, as this cuts set-up costs by a further £29.99 – the equivalent of a further four months' free broadband and calls.
Households subscribing for TalkTalk Essentials gain access to up to 24Mb broadband speeds, depending on location, plus a 40GB monthly usage allowance.
Unlimited evening and weekend calls to UK landlines are also included as part of the entry-level broadband package, although a landline fee does apply.