UK consumers signing up for Sky TV services can now get their hands on a Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 for free.
Up until Thursday November 28th, new customers signing up for subscription TV services via the internet receive the tablet - which ordinarily retails at £159 - at no extra cost.
The Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 runs on the Android Jelly Bean operating system and offers an eight-inch touch-screen. It has a 1.5GHz processor, 1.5GB of RAM and is Wi-Fi enabled.
This means users with a wireless broadband router can get online anywhere in the home, or out and about at Sky Wi-Fi hotspots.
Sky is promising to deliver all new tablets before Christmas, with consumers receiving their device within 48 hours of their satellite TV system being installed.
As such, the Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 could potentially be an ideal Christmas gift for a family member or friend.
The tablet offer is running across all Sky TV packages - starting from £21.50 per month - and is in addition to the firm's existing promotions.
At present, Sky TV subscribers can also get their hands on a free Sky+HD Wi-Fi box and take advantage of half-price set-up.
With the entry-level Sky Broadband, Calls & TV package, customers are able to download at speeds of up to 16Mb and use 2GB of data per month.
Weekend calls are also included with the bundle, along with a free router, free set-up, over 40 premium TV channels, Sky On Demand and Sky Go access.
At present, the broadband deal is available at half-price for six months, meaning new customers can initially pay just £10.75 per month plus line rental.
They can also get their hands on a free £25 Marks & Spencer voucher - which can be used at the high street chain across the UK - if they sign up over the internet.