UK households can currently access a BT home phone and broadband package at half-price for three months.
Consumers registering online for the firm's Broadband and Evening & Weekend Calls package can save more than £20 over the introductory period of their contract.
The 20Mb internet and calls deal is priced at £7 per month for the first three months, rising to the standard fee of £14.
Subscribers can make additional savings courtesy of a free BT Home Hub, which retails at £89.99, while a free connection also helps to limit start-up costs.
In order to qualify for the three months free broadband offer, consumers must sign an 18-month contract and also take out a BT line rental.
The broadband deal is set to run until March 1st 2011, meaning consumers have plenty of time to take advantage.
Meanwhile, under the terms of BT's Winter Warmer broadband promotion, new customers are currently able to receive three months free Broadband and Anytime Calls.
The 10GB broadband bundle is ordinarily priced at £16 per month, meaning savings of £48 are possible.