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Sky's broadband customers now have the chance to take a look at the company's online music download platform for free thanks to a new offer.

The company has teamed up with The Sun newspaper to launch a new offer that allows every reader to download either a digital album worth £6.49 or ten individual songs for free from Sky Songs.

People who are interested in the deal, which also includes access to unlimited free streaming for 30 days, have to collect three out of six codes printed in the newspaper over this week.

All of the downloads available through the service are compatible with most mobile phones, iPods and other mp3 players.

Customers will have to fill in some bank details during the registration process, but they can opt out before the end of the 30-day period without any long-term commitment.

Sky Songs was originally launched in the middle of October and includes music from all of the major music labels, as well as from a range of independents.

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