BT has announced a series of fibre broadband deals offering introductory discounts to new customers.
The firm is now offering cut-price fibre broadband for the first three months of its 18-month Infinity contracts.
Consumers can sign up for Weekend Calls with Super-fast BT Infinity Broadband for just £7.50 for the first three months, rising to £18 per month for the remainder of the contract.
The broadband deal offers up to 40Mb downloads, 2Mb uploads, a 40GB usage allowance, unlimited Wi-Fi minutes and advanced online security.
Subscribers also receive a HomeHub3 wireless broadband router and a free connection, adding to the savings possible.
UK households seeking evening and weekend calls with fibre broadband services can pay £9 per month for the first three months, rising to £18.
Again, the super-fast broadband package offers 40Mb downloads, 2Mb uploads, a 40GB usage allowance, a free Wi-Fi router and a free connection.
If consumers want access to unlimited downloads - ideal for those planning to play games online or stream music and videos - the price increases to £20 per month for three months.
From the fourth month of the 18-month contract onward, this 40Mb broadband deal is priced at £25 per month.
Households signing up for each of the home phone and fibre broadband packages are also required to pay a £10 per month line rental fee to BT.
Customers living outside of BT fibre-enabled areas are also able to save money on firm's broadband and home phone services
Households can sign up for 20Mb ADSL-based broadband for £16 per month - with four months free services included for free.