TalkTalk has added a £25 gift certificate to its 12 months' half-price broadband deal on the entry-level Essentials package.
The broadband provider is now giving away a Love2shop voucher to new broadband and calls customers signing up over the internet.
This gift certificate can be used at over 20,000 UK high street stores, including Argos, Boots, Debenhams and WHSmith.
However, consumers do not have long to take advantage of this money-saving offer - the current deal on TalkTalk Essentials is being withdrawn in six days' time.
At present, Essentials subscribers can pay just £3.25 per month plus line rental for their home phone and broadband package.
After 12 months, the price of TalkTalk Essentials reverts to £6.50 per month plus line rental.
The cut-price broadband package offers up to 14Mb download speeds and an unlimited monthly usage allowance, meaning subscribers can consume as much data as they like.
Households also receive a free wireless broadband router - offering flexibility to consumers heading online via a range of devices - as well as a free connection worth £30.
All customers are able to take advantage of TalkTalk's Homesafe network-level security solution, as well as the firm's Super Safe boost.
Evening and weekend calls to UK landlines are included with TalkTalk Essentials, in addition to free voicemail services.
TalkTalk describes its Essentials package as "Britain's best unlimited broadband deal".