TalkTalk is giving UK households the opportunity to enjoy three months' free broadband and calls.
The broadband provider is running introductory offers on both the entry-level TalkTalk Essentials and higher-tier TalkTalk Plus packages - which are available on 12-month contracts.
As a result, UK broadband users can make significant savings on their initial monthly internet and phone bills.
With TalkTalk Essentials - which is ordinarily priced at £6.50 per month - subscribers receive access to up to 24Mb broadband speeds and a 40GB usage allowance.
In addition, they receive inclusive evening and weekend calls to UK landlines and ten per cent off the 16 phone numbers they call most frequently.
A free wireless router is also included, allowing laptop and mobile device users to get online anywhere in the home.
TalkTalk also provides a free connection, sparing new customers a £30 installation charge.
Subscribers also receive access to TalkTalk's network level security product HomeSafe, which enables parents to restrict their children's access to certain websites.
With the broadband provider offering three months' free on TalkTalk Essentials, subscribers can save £19.50 on their first three bills.
All they are required to pay during this introductory period is a £9.50 per month line rental charge.
With the higher-tier TalkTalk Plus package, consumers can save a total of £43.50 on their initial monthly bills.
The broadband deal - which offers up to 24Mb download speeds with an unlimited usage allowance - is normally priced at £14.50 per month.
But as with TalkTalk Essentials, consumers are only required to pay line rental over the first three months of their deal.
And subscribers are able to make unlimited landline calls throughout the week - not just on evenings and weekends.
Again, a free Wi-Fi router, free connection worth £30 and HomeSafe network level security are on offer to new customers.
TalkTalk says switching from another broadband provider "could not be easier".
"All you need to do is choose the package you want and we take care of the rest," the firm notes.
"Your old service will be cancelled as soon as your TalkTalk service starts so there won't be any overlap and you won't be double-charged."