Internet service provider (ISP) Plusnet will continue to offer discount broadband services for the next two weeks.
Since the turn of the year, the Sheffield-based ISP has been gifting three months free web services to new subscribers, allowing them to make significant savings on their broadband deal.
The broadband offer applies to Plusnet's broadband and home phone packages, enabling them to save £9.99 per month until the fourth month of their deal.
All subscribers will be required to pay during the introductory period of their contract is an £11.99 landline fee.
Even connection is provided for free, so long as the consumer remains with Plusnet for a minimum of 12 months.
The offer is set to continue until February 3rd 2010, meaning broadband users still have two weeks to decide whether this is the deal for them.