TalkTalk has brought its current six months half-price broadband deal to a premature end, but replaced it with an even more attractive offer.
From today (Thursday February 17th), the internet service provider is offering consumers the opportunity to receive 50 per cent off their broadband package for a whole year.
The 12 months half-price promotion applies to both TalkTalk Essentials and TalkTalk Plus, meaning entry-level and higher-tier subscribers can take advantage of broadband savings.
Households registering for TalkTalk Essentials can now receive up to 24Mb broadband, a 40GB usage allowance and unlimited evening and weekend calls for just £3.49 per month.
A free wireless broadband router and free connection worth £29.99 are also included for all customers taking out the broadband deal, adding to the savings possible.
For consumers seeking unlimited downloads and 24/7 calls, TalkTalk Plus is now priced at just £7.49 per month.
And with the minimum contract term on both broadband packages being just 12 months, subscribers can potentially receive half-price home phone and web services for the duration of their deal.
Consumers can upgrade their packages with a £2.99 International Calls Boost, while TalkTalk Plus subscribers can receive Anytime Calls for an additional £4.99.
All subscribers are required to pay line rental fees through the internet service provider.
TalkTalk is set to run the promotion for the next three weeks, giving UK consumers time to decide whether or not to switch broadband provider.
The broadband offer is scheduled to be withdrawn on Monday March 7th 2011.