Internet giant BT broadband is offering three months free broadband to new business customers.
The deal is available until 27 February when you sign-up online, saving you up to £54 on your bills.
BT, which removed its £8.88-a-month eSaver package this weekend, now offers business broadband deals priced at either £11 or £18 a month.
The Office Broadband package, which normally costs £11 a month plus line rental, comes with speeds of up to 20Mb broadband and a relatively low 10GB download allowance.
However, you can upgrade to "unlimited broadband" downloads, subject to a fair usage policy, for an extra £4 a month.
You can also get three months free broadband on the Advance Broadband package, which usually costs £18 a month, plus line rental. It comes with 20Mb speeds, a more generous 50GB allowance and a free wireless router.
For an extra £7 a month you can add Advance Support with "unlimited" downloads.
The deal is also available on broadband and phone bundles, which cost from £25.99 a month, plus line rental.
Michael Phillips, Broadbandchoices.co.uk product director, said: "BT is a known, trusted brand that millions of homes and businesses rely on every day.
"As well as speeds of up to 20Mb broadband, BT also offers its business customers inclusive Wi-Fi minutes, web hosting and advanced tech support to make sure you're always online."