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Sky has announced it is offering customers a £25 voucher for Marks & Spencer (M&S) when they sign up to selected deals online.

The broadband provider has announced that those who sign up to the company's satellite TV service with either its Sky+HD, Sports or Movies packs are being offered the incentive.

In addition, people who register for the Sky+HD service also do not have to pay anything for standard set-up, which usually costs £30.

People wanting to join Sky and get the £25 M&S voucher have until October 28th to take advantage of the offer.

As of June 30th, the company had over 1.3 million Sky+HD customers in the UK, as well as over five million regular Sky+ subscribers.

In addition, over two million people use its broadband services and 1.8 million people are also receiving its home phone package.

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