Internet service provider (ISP) TalkTalk is withdrawing its current broadband deal today, meaning consumers must act quickly to take advantage.
The firm is offering six months half-price broadband to consumers who register for its TalkTalk Essentials broadband package today (Monday January 24th).
As a result, consumers are able to pay just £3.49 per month for broadband plus evening and weekend calls.
Following the introductory deal period, the price of the broadband package rises back up to £6.99 plus a line rental fee for the remainder of the 18-month contract.
With TalkTalk Essentials, consumers are able to access up to 24Mb download speeds, a 40GB monthly usage allowance and a free wireless broadband router.
They can also save £29.99 by receiving a free broadband connection, adding to the value of the savings possible.
However, potential subscribers must decide quickly if this is the deal for them, as TalkTalk is withdrawing the popular offer today.