UK provider TalkTalk has announced it is to reintroduce a £25 connection fee on all of its fibre products.
It comes on the back of the company's decision to waive its regular £50 fee for its Black Friday deals.
The fee does not affect the long-term monthly cost of its deals, including £5 Medium Fibre broadband deal, which offers an unlimited 38 Mbps connection that offers unlimited downloads five times faster than the UK average.
Users will also receive a free £100 Love2shop voucher and free router, with customers also subject to line rental of £17.70 a month.
The new connection fee comes into effect for new customers from today (December 7th).
TalkTalk is still looking to pick itself up after suffering a high-profile data breach at the end of October.