Broadband supplier Direct Save Telecom has announced a series of cuts to the cost of its home internet packages, which could offer some of the cheapest deals on the market.
What's more, the company has also reduced the minimum term for its contracts from 18 months to 12 months.
Direct Save's Superfast Broadband 35Mbps offering has been reduced to just £22.95 a month for the first 12 months, after which the price will increase to £29.95. For this, users get unlimited downloads, a free wireless router, line rental and UK-based support.
Meanwhile, the faster Superfast Broadband 63Mbps has been cut to £29.95 for the first 12 months, increasing to £34.95 at the and of the term. This could be ideal for those who want to use multiple devices simultaneously for data-heavy usage such as high-definition video streaming and gaming.
Direct Save also has options for those who don't want to be tied into a contract, as both of the above deals are also available on one-month deals with no long-term commitment.
These will cost £34.95 per month for the 35Mbps package, or £39.95 per month for the 63Mbps deal.