John Lewis is giving away six months of free broadband to anyone who buys a smart TV, laptop, games console, tablet, smartphone or other connected device.
The deal lasts until April 18, 2014, and even applies to FTTC (fibre to the cabinet) broadband at up-to-38Mbps.
All you have to do is sign up to a 12-month contract with £13.50/month line rental, and pay any other call charges.
Read more about John Lewis Broadband and Latest Broadband, TV and Home Phone dealsThat’s a saving from £66 on standard broadband to £150 on fibre broadband – which would cover the cost of an 8GB Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 Android tablet.
Adam Brown, buyer of tablets and telecoms at John Lewis, said: “Consumer demand for Internet enabled technology has never been as high – 80 per cent of the technology products we sell are internet-ready.
“We know that many consumers are left disappointed by the level of customer service they get from their broadband provider and frustrated at misleading and complicated offers, so we’re determined to bring John Lewis levels of excellence, simplicity and value to the broadband market.
“We’re the only place on the high street that customers can come to for quality, impartial advice on both their new technology product and the broadband service so we’re offering something that is unique in the market.”
Dozens of products come with the discount, across smart TVs, laptops, gaming, radios, desktops, printers, tablets, cameras, and mobile phones.
John Lewis Broadband is supplied by Plusnet and comes with a Wireless N router and BullGuard PC security, plus freephone customer support.