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Internet service provider (ISP) Sky says consumers living in blocks of flats are now able to take advantage of the firm's TV and broadband bundles.

Continuing its current Happily Ever After campaign, the ISP has taken out an advertisement in the Metro newspaper to draw attention to this option.

"Once upon a time, getting Sky TV in your flat was just a dream, but now everybody living in flats can enjoy high quality Sky TV," the broadband provider claimed.

The ISP confirmed that where a block is not satellite TV-ready, Sky's Specialist Installation Team will install a shared dish, eliminating the need for individual mini-dishes.

Sky believes this improves the appeal of its broadband bundles for many consumers, including those keen to take advantage of its latest TV, phone and 20Mb broadband package.

Flat dwellers registering for the deal before July 15th have the opportunity to receive a free Sky+ box from the broadband provider.

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