Consumers have three weeks left to take advantage of Sky's current broadband bundle offer, which enables subscribers to optimise their TV experience.
Up until October 28th, the internet service provider (ISP) is offering a free Sky+ to consumers signing up for its TV, home phone and broadband bundles.
The unit allows viewers to record up to two shows at once, pause and rewind live TV, and record whole series automatically.
Sky has extended the Sky+ box offer – originally set to expire last month – to support the launch of its new integrated advertising campaign.
The ISP describes the current promotion as being "a monster offer", in reference to its latest ad stars, the giant and rather furry Spenglers – a family of monsters who decide to invest in Sky+ services.
Each advertisement sees the Spenglers, who have just arrived in the UK, take advantage of a different Sky+ feature, such as programme storage.
Should they take out a Sky broadband bundle, the family could enjoy up to 20Mb downloads, a free wireless router worth £49, and unlimited evening and weekend calls in addition to their free Sky+ box – all for under £20 per month.