Consumers are being given an additional incentive to sign up for a TalkTalk broadband deal this week, with the firm now offering £120 gift certificates to new subscribers.
For a limited time only, customers taking out any TalkTalk copper or fibre broadband deal online can get their hands on a £120 Love2shop voucher.
This can be used to make savings at thousands of shops, attractions, bars and restaurants nationwide.
The offer applies to new SimplyBroadband, Essentials TV, Plus TV and Fibre Broadband subscribers signing up over the internet.
However, consumers need to act quickly in order to capitalise on the deal - the £120 voucher offer is being withdrawn on October 23rd.
The entry-level TalkTalk package is SimplyBroadband, which offers high-speed unlimited internet services and line rental without an inclusive calls tariff.
This means customers only pay for the home phone minutes they actually use.
SimplyBroadband is currently available at six months' half-price, meaning subscribers pay just £1.75 per month plus line rental during the introductory period.
This rises to £3.50 per month plus line rental after the first six months.
Triple-play broadband bundle subscribers can also take advantage of the £120 Love2shop voucher deal.
The first option is Essentials TV, which offers unlimited up to 17Mb broadband, evening and weekend calls, a free YouView set-top box, free router and free installation.
Consumers pay an initial £4.25 per month plus line rental, rising to £8.50 per month plus line rental after six months.
The higher-tier option is TalkTalk Plus TV, which offers the same broadband features, but with anytime calls and a larger, more powerful YouView set-top box.
This allows TV viewers to record films and programmes to be watched at their convenience.
Customers wishing to add TalkTalk Fibre Broadband to their deal must pay an additional £5 per month for the first 12 months and £10 per month thereafter.
Upgrading to super-fast fibre allows TalkTalk customers to access download speeds of up to 38Mb.