Plusnet is giving UK households the chance to save money when they upgrade to super-fast fibre broadband.
The service provider has reduced the price of its Unlimited Fibre Broadband and Calls package from £19.99 per month plus line rental to £12.99 per month plus line rental.
This discount applies for the first nine months of an 18-month contract, giving new customers the opportunity to save £63 on fibre broadband and home phone services.
Subscribers can take advantage of up to 76Mb download speeds, up to 19.5Mb upload speeds and an unrestricted data allowance.
Also included with the broadband package is a free wireless router and a free activation worth £50 for those taking a Plusnet phone line.
Plusnet says its fibre broadband service is ideal for households where there are a number of internet users.
"Our super-fast service lets your busy household all share the same connection on multiple devices, without slowing each other down," the firm claims.
"TV and movies come to life in HD quality, day or night. MP3 downloads and online gaming are lightning-fast and browsing, emailing, banking and shopping are all super quick."
The Unlimited Fibre Broadband and Calls deal comes with the Plusnet Weekends home phone tariff included, as well as free minutes to other Plusnet landlines and customer support.
Subscribers can upgrade to Plusnet Anytime calls for an additional £5 per month, or Plusnet Anytime International 300 for £7 per month.
Plusnet is running the nine months' reduced price offer on Unlimited Fibre Broadband and Calls until November 12th 2013.
This means consumers have around six weeks to upgrade to super-fast services.