Fuel Broadband has changed the terms of its unlimited broadband package, which will see new customers facing a slight price rise, although it won't kick in until after 12 months.
New customers signing up to the package, which was previously available for £5 as month, will now pay nothing for the first year, after which they will be charged £6.
That price comes on top of an increased line rental of £17.30 a month (previously £16.40), as well as a one-off fee of £7.95 for the postage & packaging of a free wireless router.
As well as an unlimited 17Mbps connection, customers will also benefit from daytime UK landline calls for 9p a minute, with the option to add free anytime calls for an extra £3 a month.
Other perks for new customers include a free Amazon TV Fire Stick with Voice Remote and a 30-day Amazon Prime trial.