UK consumers can make significant savings on their BT broadband packages by signing up with the service provider this autumn.
The telecoms provider has launched its autumn deals, which sees new BT Broadband and Evening & Weekend Calls subscribers offered four months' free.
New customers are required to pay nothing towards their internet use until month five of their 18-month contract, BT explained.
After the first four months of their contract, consumers are required to pay £13 per month.
BT Broadband and Evening & Weekend Calls offers access to up to 20Mb download speeds and a 10GB monthly usage allowance.
New subscribers also receive inclusive evening and weekend calls to UK landlines starting with 01, 02, 03, 0870 and 0845.
Adding to the savings possible for new BT customers is a free Home Hub, which offers a reliable wireless broadband signal to UK households.
This means laptop, tablet and mobile device users are able to access the internet wherever they are in the home.
Earlier this week, BT announced plans to bring forward its self-imposed deadline for delivering fibre broadband services to two-thirds of the UK.
Originally, the broadband provider said it was looking to achieve 67 per cent coverage by the end of 2015, having allocated £2.5 billion to infrastructure investment.
However, the firm has made great progress over the last couple of years, extending the reach of super-fast broadband services across large parts of urban Britain.
As such, BT is now expecting to achieve its broadband coverage goal one year earlier than planned, by the end of 2014.
BT is also hoping to be allocated Broadband Delivery UK funding by local councils, enabling the service provider to deliver super-fast broadband to under-served areas of the UK countryside.