Plusnet has launched a brand new broadband offer, enabling consumers to take out web services from £1 per month.
Broadband subscribers can make significant savings on their internet services when they bundle web service with a Plusnet landline.
The offer applies to four of the firm's popular broadband deals – giving consumers maximum choice and flexibility.
First of all, the firm has reduced the introductory price of Plusnet Value Broadband + Talk Evenings and Weekends to £1 per month.
With this entry-level broadband package, subscribers receive access to up to 20Mb download speeds, a 10GB usage allowance, and off-peak calls.
A wireless broadband router worth £40 is also included as part of the broadband deal, while customers benefit from free activation – saving them £25.
After the first three months, the broadband deal costs £6.49 per month plus an £11.99 line rental fee.
Plusnet Value Broadband + Talk Anytime has also been discounted, with consumers able to pay just £4.50 per month for 20Mb downloads, a 10GB usage allowance and unrestricted phone use.
The broadband package normally costs £9.99 per month, meaning subscribers are able to save £16.47 during the introductory contract period.
Again, further savings are generated by virtue of a free activation and a complimentary Wi-Fi router.
With this package, UK households also receive a 25 per cent discount on international calls made from a UK landline.
The three-month discount offer also applies to customers signing up for Plusnet's higher tier broadband packages, which come with a beefed-up usage allowance.
Plusnet Extra Broadband + Talk Evenings & Weekends offers up to 20Mb download speeds, a 60GB usage allowance, off-peak calls, free activation and a wireless router.
The broadband deal is available for an initial price of £6 per month, rising to £11.49 after three months.
And finally, Plusnet Extra Broadband + Talk Anytime – which offers the same features, plus unlimited calls and a 25 per cent international calls discount – costs an initial £9.50 per month, rising to £14.50 in month four.