UK consumers now have just a fortnight to take advantage of O2's current broadband deal.
The internet service provider is currently offering three months free web services to households signing up for its The Basics, The All Rounder and The Works broadband packages.
As a result, consumers can make significant savings on their internet costs by signing up before February 28th 2011.
Entry-level package The Basics comes with a 20GB usage allowance, and is described by O2 as being "ideal for everyday surfing and email use".
The broadband deal costs £8.17 per month, while higher-tier packages The All Rounder and The Works are priced at £12.25 per month and £20.42 per month respectively.
Households are required to take out a 12-month broadband deal to take advantage of the three months free broadband offer, as opposed to the standard 30-day rolling contract.
All package subscribers gain access to 24/7 UK-based phone technical support, while existing O2 mobile subscribers qualify for a price discount.