Three is giving its customers the chance to get their hands on an entry-level Gemini D7 tablet for just £99.
The broadband provider is offering the touch-screen mobile devices with portable Mi-Fi, meaning users can create their own Wi-Fi hotspots on the move.
This overcomes the fact the Gemini D7 only offers Wi-Fi connectivity, and does not provide access to Three's mobile broadband network.
So what are the technical features of the Gemini D7?
The tablet runs the Android Jellybean operating system, has 4GB of memory, expandable to 32GB, and includes a dual-core processor for playing games.
It also offers a clear seven-inch display for watching movies and video chat, and allows access to the Amazon Appstore.
Sylvia Chind, Head of Devices at Three, noted that the Gemini D7 widens the range of tablets offered by the service provider.
She described it as "a good device for those that want basic functionality or who are new tablet users".
"Combined with our Mi-Fi, you can keep up to date and stay online no matter where you are," Ms Chind added.