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Sky has launched a new deal giving consumers the chance to save money when signing up for satellite TV services.

New customers are entitled to a 25 per cent discount on Sky TV for one year, plus £75 account credit on their first bill.

The offer applies to a number of Sky broadband deals, including the Sky Original Bundle & Broadband Unlimited.

This broadband package - which includes up to 17Mb download speeds, a free Sky+HD box and 40 premium channels on top of Freeview - costs £16.13 per month plus line rental for the first 12 months.

At the conclusion of the introductory offer period, the price reverts to £29 per month plus line rental.

Another Sky TV option for new subscribers is Sky Broadband Unlimited, Calls & Variety Bundle TV.

This broadband deal includes up to 17Mb unlimited broadband, a free router, weekend calls, a free Sky+HD box and more than 90 premium channels.

With Sky TV discounted by 25 per cent for the first 12 months, subscribers pay £21 per month plus line rental for the first year, rising to £35 per month thereafter.

Should consumers wish to add Sky Movies to their package, the price rises to £33.38 per month plus line rental for the first year.

After 12 months, the price reverts to £52 per month plus line rental.

The £75 bill credit applies to new customers who sign up for Sky TV over the internet. It is not available in conjunction with any other offers.

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