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Sky has revamped its broadband and TV deals to combine four of its most popular services.

As part of the Awesome Foursome deal, customers can receive Sky+, Sky TV, Sky Go and Sky Broadband, as well as calls, for £21.50 a month.

Those who sign up to this option on a 12-month contract receive up to 14Mb broadband and unlimited downloads with no usage limits or slowdown enforced by the broadband provider, even at peak times.

In addition to internet services, customers receive UK weekend calls of up to an hour to 01, 02, 03 & 0870 numbers, while for the first six months of the contract, broadband is free for those who sign up now.

With Sky TV, people receive Freeview channels plus 40 other entertainment channels and the option to add dozens more, from sports to movies to music and children's channels.

The TV package comes with a free Sky+ box and all the perks of Sky+, including the ability to pause and rewind live TV and record your favourite shows, either via each individual episode or by series linking them.

Furthermore, customers can take advantage of Sky Go, which gives customers access to Sky TV on the go on their laptop, smartphone, tablet or games console.

Those signing up to the offer now will receive a free wireless router, with Sky's best ever range and reliability, worth £69, as well as a £25 M&S voucher to spend in-store or online.

With Sky TV and Broadband, customers can also connect their Sky+ box to the internet and benefit from services including the On Demand function, which lets people choose from full series box sets, movies and more, ready to watch at no extra monthly cost to their Sky TV subscription.

The £21.50 offer is also subject to Sky line rental at £14.50 a month and people are able to upgrade to any Sky service during their subscription period.

These include Sky Entertainment Extra, the Movies and Sports pack and HD TV, allowing people to watch their favourite shows and events in crystal clear high definition, as well as 200 hours of the week's best HD TV on demand.

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