Plusnet is set to withdraw its current broadband deal in just three days' time.
For the past few weeks, the internet service provider (ISP) has been offering three months free broadband to customers signing up for its 20Mb internet and home phone packages.
Households registering for the firm's broadband and home phone packages can avoid paying the standard £9.99 per month fee until month four of their contract.
All they are required to pay during the introductory period of their contracts is an £11.99 landline fee.
Further savings are possible for customers who remain with Plusnet for at least 12 months, in the form of a free broadband installation and connection.
However, time is quickly running out to take advantage of the deal.
Plusnet is withdrawing the broadband offer on Thursday February 3rd 2011, meaning consumers must act quickly to capitalise on the offer.