Plusnet is giving UK companies the chance to save money on their business broadband during early 2014 by launching a half-price offer.
Firms signing up for one of Plusnet's business broadband deals can take advantage of a 50 per cent discount for the first six months of a 24-month contract.
This means they can save up to £66 on broadband and phone services during the introductory contract period.
The entry-level ADSL option for Plusnet business broadband is the Business Broadband and Phone package, which is ordinarily priced at £8 per month.
With the 50 per cent discount applying, this is reduced to £4 per month for six months, allowing companies to save £24 in total.
Subscribers receive up to 17Mb download speeds with a 25GB per month usage allowance, a free wireless router, unlimited overnight usage, 24/7 customer support and pay-as-you-go landline calls.
For an initial £6.50 per month - down from £13 per month - companies can sign up for Plusnet Unlimited Business Broadband and Phone.
This offers all the same package features, except business leaders and employees can download as much data as they like on this tariff - both during the day and at night.
On each ADSL deal, companies can upgrade to UK Anytime calls for £4 per month, or UK Anytime, Mobile and International 500 - which offers 500 minutes to UK mobiles, US mobiles and landlines in our 20 international locations - for £12 per month.
A third add-on option is UK Anytime, Mobile and International 1000, which offers an additional 500 premium minutes. This costs an extra £19 per month.
Plusnet also offers two fibre broadband options for businesses seeking super-fast download speeds.
The firm's Business Fibre Broadband and Phone supports up to 76Mb downloads and 19Mb uploads, and comes with a 50GB monthly usage allowance.
This broadband package is initially priced at £11.50 per month, rising to £23 per month at the end of the introductory discount period.
Plusnet Unlimited Business Fibre Broadband and Phone - which costs £16.50 per month, rising to £33 - has no usage cap.
With both fibre broadband deals, companies can upgrade their phone service from pay-as-you-go calls to UK Anytime, UK Anytime, Mobile and International 500, or UK Anytime, Mobile and International 1000.