Free broadband for a year with Tesco Broadband
Back in February Tesco launched its £2.50 a month broadband deal and now to sweeten the offer you can also get a £30 voucher if you sign up.
The basic contract includes unlimited internet, so it's perfect for someone who downloads a lot, free evening and weekend calls (including 0845/0870 numbers), free connection and a router.
If you sign up before 30th August you'll also get a £30 Tesco voucher to spend in store or online, thanks to the exclusive deal from Broadband Choices. To get this deal you need to quote the code 'GIFTCARD-A' at the checkout.
As with most phone and broadband packages, you also need to factor in the monthly line rental costs of £13.75 a month which brings the monthly total to £16.75.
It's a 12-month contract and after this period the monthly payment goes up to £6.50, so including line rental you'll be shelling out £20,75. But at this point you could always switch to a cheaper deal.
What's the best alternative?
The main competitors in the broadband market are in fierce competition at the moment to try and lure in new customers, which is good news for us as they're throwing in a lot of extras with their deals.
BT is offering a £25 Sainsbury's voucher to customers signing up to its Infinity Superfast Broadband deal, while with Sky there's a £25 Marks and Spencer voucher up for grabs.
Tesco is the cheapest deal when looking at overall costs, but if you want a faster broadband speed, BT, Plusnet and Virgin all offer higher speeds - for a cost.
However, the best thing about the Tesco deal is that behind the sweeteners it is actually a really competitive offer. Here I've picked out five of the cheapest deals.
Top five cheapest phone and broadband deals