UK households signing up for Plusnet fibre broadband services can now take advantage of a special introductory offer.
The Sheffield-based broadband provider is offering a three-month, 50 per cent discount to all new Fibre Value and Fibre Extra home phone and broadband packages.
As a result, consumers can make significant savings on broadband and calls for the first portion of their contract.
With Fibre Value with Evening & Weekend Calls, consumers gain access to 40Mb download speeds, a 40GB per month usage allowance and free off-peak calls to UK landlines.
A free wireless broadband router is also included in the package, as is a free activation worth £50 and internet security software.
The broadband deal is initially priced at £8.24 a month for households based in low-cost areas, rising to £16.49 per month after the three-month discount period ends.
Customers living outside Plusnet's low-cost areas are required to pay £8.24 per month until month four, rising to £20.79 or £22.99 per month.
If subscribers want unlimited calls, they can pay from £11.74 per month for Plusnet Fibre Value with Anytime Calls.
All the same broadband deal features - including a free Wi-Fi router and free activation - are included on this tariff.
For households with heavier usage demands, Plusnet Fibre Extra offers up to 40Mb download speeds and a 120GB usage allowance.
Plusnet customers also benefit from unlimited overnight usage, enabling customers to download films and music or play online games without eating up data.
Fibre Extra with Evening & Weekend Calls ordinarily costs from £21.49 per month depending on location, however customers can take advantage of a three month half-price discount.
And for those seeking a 120GB usage allowance and unlimited phone services, Fibre Extra with Anytime Calls usually costs from £24.99 per month.
However, customers can cut this price in half for the first three months of their contract if they sign up for Plusnet fibre broadband before February 27th 2012.