TalkTalk is offering consumers the chance to save 50 per cent on their broadband and home phone services for a whole year.
The broadband provider has launched a new 12 months' half-price offer on its TalkTalk Essentials and TalkTalk Plus internet and home phone deals.
Households signing up for the entry-level Essentials broadband package can pay just £3.25 per month over the course of their contract for high-speed downloads and a 40GB usage allowance.
Also included in the broadband deal is evening and weekend calls to UK landlines, and unlimited calls to other TalkTalk landlines.
A free connection worth £30 adds to the savings possible with the broadband provider, as does the free wireless broadband router which is included free of charge.
Subscribers also receive free access to TalkTalk's customer service centre and HomeSafe online protection to guard against IT security risks.
TalkTalk is running this promotion until September 20th 2011, so UK consumers have just under a fortnight to take advantage of the broadband deal.
Consumers have slightly longer to make their minds up about the 12 months' half-price deal on TalkTalk Plus – this offer is scheduled to run for a further week until September 27th.
With this higher-tier broadband package – which is reduced to £7.25 per month - households receive high-speed downloads and an unlimited data allowance.
Subscribers are also able to make unlimited calls to UK landlines throughout the week, without running up additional charges.
As with the TalkTalk Essentials broadband offer, a free connection, wireless broadband router, customer service and IT security software are included.
With both broadband deals, households are required to pay a £13.80 line rental fee in top of their monthly broadband charge.