Fuel Broadband has added to the appeal of its headline consumer offer by offering free Chromecast services with its unlimited internet and calls package.
New subscribers to Unlimited Fuel Broadband are able to use Google's digital media streaming device, which plugs into the HDMI port on TV sets.
With a Chromecast dongle, consumers can access content stored on their phone or tablet through their TV set, using a Wi-Fi connection.
The device includes TV apps for the BBC’s iPlayer, Netflix, YouTube, BT Sport, NOW TV, BlinkBox Movies and Google Play.
Unlimited Fuel Broadband is available for free for 12 months, with subscribers only paying for line rental during the first year.
The package - which has no usage cap - offers up to 16Mb download speeds and comes with evening and weekend calls to UK landlines.
Customers also have the option of adding anytime calls to their broadband deal for an additional £3 per month.
A free wireless broadband router is also available to new customers, allowing web users to get online using a range of connected devices anywhere in the home.
Fuel Broadband is running the current offer - which includes free Chromecast - until December 30th 2014.