TalkTalk Business has added to its range of business broadband packages, giving a wider range of choice for small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs).
The service provider is offering business broadband from £10 per month plus line rental, with new customers receiving three months' free internet services.
SMEs can choose to take broadband services with Anytime calls, Anytime Plus - which also includes 500 mobile minutes - or simply landline services.
And from this week, they also have the option to sign up for broadband and inclusive calls with line rental and a Samsung Galaxy tablet.
The Android device - which runs on the Jelly Bean operating system - comes with up to 16GB of internal storage, 1.2GHz CPU speed, a 7" colour display and a 3MP rear camera.
The Samsung Galaxy handset - which ordinarily retails at £220 - is included as part of the deal, along with a free router, the network-level security solution WorkSafe, and a static IP address.
SMEs seeking a tablet with their broadband package can pay just £42 per month over a 24-month contract.
TalkTalk says its business broadband packages are designed to meet the growing demand for data, and fast and reliable connectivity within SMEs.
Each package includes high-speed internet services with an unlimited download allowance.
Charles Bligh, Managing Director of TalkTalk Business, said: “Businesses are in need of flexible and reliable broadband offerings that won’t break the bank.
"Our best-value broadband packages are designed to provide small businesses with the speed and scalability that’s vital to remain competitive, but at a low price.”
TalkTalk also offers fibre broadband options for SMEs seeking faster download speeds.
Fibre broadband with peak calls and landline services is priced at £49.95 per month, rising to £52.95 per month for Anytime calls, and £60.95 per month for Anytime Plus.
SMEs seeking fibre broadband, Anytime calls and a Samsung Galaxy tablet pay £66.95 per month, with line rental included.
"The cost-effective fibre broadband is designed for businesses that use web-based software such as CRM, HR and finance systems, video conferencing and large file transfers," TalkTalk stated.
"It’s ideal for multiple users and devices using the same connection, helping to make businesses more productive."