Plusnet has launched a brand new broadband deal, offering 12 months' half-price web services to customers signing up with a home phone connection.
From Tuesday August 23rd, the Sheffield-based broadband provider is enabling new Plusnet Value subscribers to take advantage of a one-year, 50 per cent discount.
As such, households can pay just £3.24 per month for broadband and home phone services for an entire year.
Normally, Plusnet Value is priced at £6.49 per month, for which customers receive high-speed broadband, evening and weekend calls and a 10GB monthly usage allowance.
Overnight data usage is unlimited, meaning subscribers are able to download as many films or songs as they like during the twilight hours.
Customers signing up for 12 months also receive a free wireless broadband router, enabling them to get online anywhere in their home.
But for customers who do not wish to sign up for a whole year, Plusnet offers a rolling contract option, enabling them to cancel their broadband services at short notice.
Plusnet Value subscribers can save almost £40 through the 50 per cent discount offer, and another £40 by receiving a free Wi-Fi router.
But they need to make sure they sign up for the broadband deal in the next six weeks, as Plusnet is set to withdraw the broadband offer on October 5th 2011.
In order to take advantage of the broadband deal, consumers need to use the 'half12' discount code when signing up over the internet.
Households seeking home phone usage throughout the day have the option of registering for Plusnet Value Broadband & Anytime Calls.
This broadband package, which offers unlimited landline calls, is priced at £6.74 per month, plus an £11.99 line rental fee.