Just one week remains for consumers to capitalise on internet service provider (ISP) Sky's latest broadband deal.
Since last month, the satellite broadcaster and ISP has been offering three months free broadband to households signing up for its internet and home phone package.
All consumers are required to pay until the fourth month of their contract is a landline fee, with no charge for phone calls or internet access.
And from month four, households are required to pay just £7.50 per month for access to home phone calls and broadband services.
The broadband offer is set to expire on Thursday February 10th, meaning consumers have seven days left to decide if this is the offer for them.
Many UK households have been turning to Sky broadband in recent months, as revealed in the ISP's latest financial report.
The firm attracted 204,000 new broadband deal subscribers during Q3 and Q4 2010, while it also sold 343,000 new HD TV packages.