EE is giving UK households the chance to make savings when signing up for super-fast fibre broadband services.
The broadband provider is now running a six months' half-price offer on its unlimited fibre broadband packages, which offer up to 38Mb or up to 76Mb download speeds.
Customers can also make additional savings by virtue of a reduced connection fee - this is normally £50 but has been temporarily cut to £25.
Households have four different fibre broadband deals to choose from, with the entry-level option being the 38Mb package with an unlimited data allowance and weekend calls.
It is priced at an initial £8 per month plus line rental, including a £10 discount for EE, Orange and T-Mobile mobile customers, which applies across all deals.
After six months, the price increases to £16 per month plus line rental.
Customers also have an option to take unlimited 38Mb broadband with anytime calls. This costs an initial £10.50 per month, rising to £21 per month.
New subscribers seeking unlimited 76Mb broadband with weekend calls pay £13 per month for the first six months, rising to £26 per month.
For anytime calls, the price is £15.50 per month, rising to £31 per month once the introductory discount period has ended.
Customers can save money on line rental if they pay 12 months in advance - this reduces the cost from £15.40 per month to the equivalent of £11 per month.
EE is running the promotion until June 10th, meaning UK consumers have around six weeks to take advantage of the deal.