Plusnet is giving UK households further opportunity to save money on super-fast broadband and calls via an extended introductory offer.
The broadband provider is offering a 50 per cent discount to all fibre broadband customers for the first three months of their 18-month contract.
For another five weeks, consumers signing up for one of the firm's fibre broadband deals will qualify for the initial half-price offer.
Plusnet is set to withdraw the newly-extended broadband deal on March 26th 2012.
During the first three months of their contract, Plusnet fibre customers are able to access up to 40Mb download speeds from just £8.24 per month.
Plusnet Value Fibre Broadband with Talk Evenings & Weekends is ordinarily priced at £16.49 per month, for which subscribers receive a 40GB usage allowance and unlimited overnight data.
A wireless broadband router worth £40 comes as part of the package, enabling subscribers to access the internet on a range of Wi-Fi enabled devices.
Subscribers also receive McAfee security software, and access to a 24/7 Yorkshire call centre.
When a monthly line rental fee of £12.99 is factored into the mix, consumers can pay from just £21.23 for super-fast broadband and calls.
Plusnet Value Fibre Broadband and Talk Anytime is available for a standard monthly fee of £19.99, while Extra Fibre Broadband and Talk Evenings & Weekends ordinarily costs £21.49.
The top tier Plusnet Extra Fibre Broadband and Talk Anytime broadband deal costs £24.99 before any discounts are applied.