Consumers signing up for a Sky TV, calls and broadband bundle can still receive a free Sky+ box with their subscription – but not for much longer.
The internet service provider (ISP) has been offering this premium TV viewing incentive in a bid to encourage take-up of its 20Mb broadband, Sky TV and phone package, but the offer ends in just one week's time.
From September 23rd, customers wishing to use Sky+ services will be required to fork out for their own unit and a £30 installation fee.
And with Sky+ enabling viewers to pause, record and rewind live TV, and store up to 185 hours of programming, missing out on the current offer could be seen as something of a blow.
Customers signing up for the Sky broadband bundle gain access to download speeds of up to 20Mb, unlimited calls to UK landlines at evenings and weekends, plus one of the ISP's six TV entertainment packs.
Additional channel packages are available for £1 extra per month, increasing the range of viewing options for subscription TV fans.
Consumers living in blocks of flats are also now able to sign up for this broadband deal, courtesy of Sky's new specialist installation deal.