BT has boosted the appeal of its ADSL and fibre broadband deals with a £100 gift certificate offer.
The broadband provider is giving away a £100 Sainsbury's gift card to new subscribers, allowing them to make savings at the supermarket chain.
Perhaps the pick of the ADSL broadband offers is on BT Unlimited Broadband and Weekend Calls, which is initially priced at £8 per month plus line rental.
Subscribers can take advantage of 12 months' half price broadband, with the price reverting to £16 per month after the first year.
BT Unlimited Broadband and Weekend Calls offers up to 16Mb download speeds with an unlimited monthly usage allowance.
Customers also receive a free BT Home Hub and unlimited Wi-Fi minutes, along with unlimited home phone calls at weekends.
Households are required to sign up on an 18-month contract, with line rental fees - available from £10.75 per month - applying for the duration.
In terms of super-fast broadband deals, the gift certificate offer is available with the BT Infinity Broadband and Off-peak Calls package.
For an initial £9 per month - rising to £18 per month after three months - customers receive download speeds of up to 38Mb.
They are entitled to use up to 40GB of data per month, with free Wi-Fi minutes also available.
The broadband deal includes evening and weekend calls, with a free BT Home Hub and basic McAfee security included.
BT is running the £100 Sainsbury's gift voucher offer until March 25th 2013, meaning consumers have another week to take advantage of the deal.