Plusnet has launched a new discount broadband deal for households taking out internet and home phone services.
The Sheffield-based service provider is offering nine months' half-price broadband and calls for consumers singing up to Plusnet Value.
From today (Thursday November 3rd), the entry-level broadband package will be priced at just £3.24 per month for the first nine months of any new contract.
This means customers can save almost £30 on their broadband and home phone bills over the first year of their deal.
From month ten, Plusnet Value reverts to the standard price of £6.49 per month – which still represents a good deal for high-speed broadband and home phone calls.
With Plusnet Value, subscribers receive access to up to 20Mb downloads and a 10GB monthly usage allowance, with unlimited data consumption permitted between midnight and 08:00 GMT.
Consumers can use their home phone for free during evenings and weekends, although a monthly line rental fee of £11.99 applies with all connections.
Plusnet customers are not tied to an annual contract, however those wishing to take advantage of the broadband offer must remain with the firm for a minimum of 12 months.
UK households can also make savings when signing up with Plusnet through a free installation worth £25 and the inclusion of a complementary wireless broadband router.
Customers receive the Wi-Fi router – which ordinarily retails at £40 – for free if they remain with Plusnet for one year.
Subscribers also have access to a 24/7, UK-based call centre, which offers peace of mind for those lacking technical knowledge.
Plusnet is withdrawing the broadband deal on December 5th 2011, meaning UK consumers have just over one month to take advantage.