Internet service provider (ISP) CharityTalk has launched a combined electricity and broadband bundle for businesses.
The ISP, which donates 50 per cent of its profits to charity, has linked up with Dual Energy to launch the joint telecoms and energy service, which is geared at smart meter users.
For each company signing up for a CharityTalk broadband deal, the ISP will donate £250 to a charity of their choice.
Owen Bloodworth, Managing Director of CharityTalk, said the broadband provider's goal was to pass on as many benefits as possible to customers and charities.
The new broadband package will allow customers to save money on phone, internet and electricity while helping some of Britain's most under-pressure third sector organisations, he stated.
"Even though times are tough, we firmly believe corporations should not ignore their responsibilities towards the not-for-profit sector," Mr Bloodworth added.
"By giving businesses the chance to support charities with regular donations through our services we can help forge direct links between charities and the private sector during these straightened times."