BT broadband customers are being given the opportunity to make savings on a range of electronic goods.
The broadband provider is offering cut-price computers, hard drives, speakers, TVs, home phones and more to its loyal customers.
For BT subscribers seeking a new laptop, the Toshiba Satellite Pro C660-21D 15.6" - which is priced at just £339 - may appeal.
The laptop comes with an Intel Core i3 370M Processor, a 500GB hard drive, 6GB RAM, a 15.6" TruBrite HD TFT and Microsoft Windows 7 Home Premium.
Alternatively, BT customers can get their hands on an Asus Zenbook UX21E-KX004V 11.6" Ultrabook for £799.98.
The laptop comes with an Intel Core i5 2467M Processor, 128 GB SSD, 4GB RAM and SonicMaster audio technology.
Other computing options for BT customers include a Corsair Flash Survivor Rugged 16GB USB 3.0 Flash Drive, priced at £22.99, and a Zyxel NSA-221 2-Bay Network Attached Storage device, which costs £44.97.
They can also get their hands on a HP Deskjet 1050A All-in-One Multifunction Printer, which costs £26.49, and a Western Digital 320GB My Passport Portable Hard Drive for £46.99.
In terms of home entertainment, a Samsung DVD Home Theatre Kit with Speakers is available for £79.99 and a Samsung BD-E5500 3D Smart Blu-Ray Player costs £79.98.
For £369.98, a Manta 42" 3D 1080P LCD TV is available, while customers can buy a Sharp 32" LCD TV with Freeview and USB Recording for £209.98.
BT customers seeking a new home phone have four options to choose from.
The BT Aura 1500 Cordless Phone with Answer Machine and the BT Inspire 1500 Cordless Phone with Answer Machine are available from £49.99.
Slightly less expensive is the BT Freestyle 750 Cordless Phone with Answer Machine, which costs from £39.99, while the BT Graphite 2100 Cordless Phone is an attractive entry-level option at £24.99.