Consumers wishing to take advantage of Plusnet's half-price broadband deals are no longer required to sign up on an 18-month contract.
As reported by ISPreview.co.uk, the service provider has amended the terms of its current offer, meaning a 50 per cent discount is available for the duration of a 12-month contract.
The change applies to the firm's two ADSL-based packages - Plusnet Essentials Broadband and calls, and the higher-tier Plusnet Unlimited Broadband and calls.
However, households signing up for a fibre broadband deal with Plusnet will still need to take out an 18-month contract to receive a discount.
The entry-level Plusnet Essentials Broadband and calls package is priced at £2.99 per month for the first 12 months, down from the standard price of £5.99.
Line rental costs an additional £14.50 per month, however this can be cut to the equivalent of £10.99 if customers pay 12 months in advance.
The deal offers up to 16Mb downloads speeds, a 10GB usage allowance, unlimited overnight usage, and a free wireless broadband router.
This gives users the opportunity to get online anywhere in the home using a range of connected devices, including laptops and tablets.
A 50 per cent discount is also available on the Plusnet Unlimited Broadband deal, which is reduced from £9.99 to £4.99 plus line rental for 12 months.
The deal offers up to 16Mb download speeds, unlimited monthly usage, and a free wireless broadband router.
Extras including the Plusnet McAfee protect security solution and 24/7 UK-based customer service are also included with the two ADSL broadband deals.