Internet service provider (ISP) TalkTalk has offered consumers a boost by extending its popular half-price broadband deal until the end of the month.
The ISP was set to withdraw its 12-months' half-price broadband offer today (Monday March 7th), but the deal will now run until March 31st.
As such, consumers will still be able to enjoy a 50 per cent discount when signing up for TalkTalk Essentials or TalkTalk Plus.
The entry-level broadband package TalkTalk Essentials offers broadband speeds of up to 24Mb, plus a 40GB monthly usage allowance and a free wireless router.
Subscribers can make free evening and weekend phone calls and receive a ten per cent discount on their top 16 mobile and international numbers.
With a 50 per cent discount in place for the duration of their 12-month contract, subscribers can pay just £3.49 per month for a whole year.
For those signing up for TalkTalk Plus – which is priced at £7.49 per month – broadband speeds of up to 24Mb are available alongside an unlimited usage allowance.
Meanwhile, households can use their home phone for free at any time during the week, and take advantage of low, flat-rate calls to UK mobiles.
A line rental fee of £12.30 per month is applicable with both broadband deals, however, consumers can make further savings courtesy of a free broadband connection.
This enables new customers to save an initial £29.99 when signing up for a TalkTalk broadband deal.
UK consumers have a further three-and-a-half weeks to decide if this is the broadband deal best-suited to them.