TalkTalk remains committed to providing cheap broadband options for UK households and businesses, it has been claimed.
Mark Schmid, Communications Director at the firm, said TalkTalk has "a long and proud history" of driving down the cost of broadband access in Britain.
This has contributed to the UK now having the lowest prices in Europe, and the highest proportion of people online, he suggested.
But Mr Schmid said TalkTalk is "not stopping there", and is continuing to help people from all walks of life take advantage of the internet.
"We recently announced a partnership with Microsoft that will provide people who are not already online with a reconditioned Windows 7 PC or laptop from £49, with 12 months' great value TalkTalk broadband at a special price of £5 a month," he noted.
"And we recently announced our support as a founder partner of Go ON UK, a charity that aims to make the UK the most digitally capable nation in the world."
Meanwhile, Mr Schmid said TalkTalk has "big plans" for the business sector, and currently offers business-grade broadband from £10 per month.
This is "a significant saving" compared to the firm's competitors, he claimed.