UK consumers have just hours left to take advantage of Plusnet's current broadband deal, which is set to be withdrawn today (Thursday February 3rd).
The Sheffield-based internet service provider has been offering the incentive of three months free broadband to new subscribers, but the offer is due to expire.
Consumers signing up for the firm's 20Mb home phone and broadband package can capitalise on the special broadband deal, which has been running since the new year.
They can avoid paying a penny for broadband until month four of their contract, leading to initial savings of almost £30.
All households will be required to pay for the first three months of their contract is a landline fee of £11.99, since a free connection and installation is also included.
Last week, Plusnet announced that the commercial beta stage of its 40Mb fibre broadband pilot had commenced.
The ISP called on consumers to participate in the pilot, which is running across its Value, Extra and Pro broadband deals.