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Internet service provider Sky has launched another new broadband deal, as it seeks to boost subscriber numbers in the UK.

The broadband provider is offering British households the opportunity to make significant savings on unlimited broadband when taken as a bundle with Sky Talk Freetime and line rental.

Consumers signing up for the broadband package receive a six-month 50 per cent discount, worth a total of £30.

The broadband deal is normally priced at £10 per month, but subscribers can pay just £5 per month plus an £11.25 line rental fee for the first half-year of their contract.

Households signing up for Sky Unlimited Broadband receive download speeds of up to 20Mb, allowing web users to take advantage of a full range of online services.

There is no restriction on monthly data usage, meaning consumers can download as many films and music albums from the internet as they wish.

Free evening and weekend calls are included with Sky Talk Freetime, allowing households to keep their phone bills to a minimum.

The broadband offer is applied as a £5 discount on Sky Line Rental for six months.

Sky is planning to run the promotion until September 29th 2011, meaning households have all summer to take advantage of the deal.

If subscribers wish to bundle Sky TV services in with their broadband and home phone package, they qualify for a separate promotion.

Customers receive three months' free unlimited broadband when signing up for satellite TV services, after which the price reverts to a standard £7.50 per month for web services.

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