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Broadband provider Sky has revealed that over 100,000 people took up its internet services in the final three months of last year.

The company's latest trading update has highlighted that 101,000 people took up its broadband packages over the period, which helped to boost its overall internet customer base to over 2.4 million.

In addition, Sky revealed that its consumer base for Sky+HD has surpassed two million households, while almost one in five of its subscribers take bundles featuring digital TV, broadband and home phone services.

Discussing the figures, Sky Chief Executive Jeremy Darroch said: "It has been another good quarter in what remains a tough environment, with more customers joining Sky and strong demand across our entire product range."

He added that Sky+HD provided the "standout performance" of all its products over the quarter.

The release of the figures has come as the company also confirmed its 3D digital TV channel will be launched in April.

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