Plusnet is giving UK consumers the opportunity to receive half-price broadband services for a year - but only if they sign up in the next two days.
Up until December 5th, the broadband provider is offering a 12-month 50 per cent discount to households signing up for internet and home phone services.
Through the current online deal, they can sign up to Plusnet Value from £3.24 per month or Plusnet Extra from £5.74 per month.
Entry-level broadband package Plusnet Value is ordinarily priced from £6.49 per month plus line rental.
The broadband deal offers download speeds of up to 16Mb, a 10GB per month usage allowance and unlimited overnight data.
A wireless broadband router is also included as part of the package, enabling internet users to get online anywhere in the home using a web-enabled device.
On the £3.24 per month tariff, subscribers are able to take advantage of inclusive landline calls on evenings and weekends.
Should they wish to bolt-on Anytime Calls, the broadband deal is initially priced at £7.24 per month, rising to £10.49 per month.
During the offer period, Plusnet Extra is priced at £5.74 per month plus line rental for households seeking Talk Evening & Weekends.
Anytime Calls customers pay £9.74 per month for broadband and home phone services for the first year, rising to £15.49 per month.
As well as up to 16Mb download speeds, subscribers receive a 60GB usage allowance, unlimited overnight data and a free Wi-Fi router.
Households located outside Plusnet's low-cost areas may be subject to different tariffs, with the full 50 per cent discount applying for the first three months.