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Sky has relaunched its popular Sky+ promotion for customers taking out a new broadband bundle.

All last month, the internet service provider (ISP) was offering free Sky+ units to new subscribers, allowing them to record and store TV content, and pause and rewind live television.

And now, bowing to consumer demand, the broadband provider has now restored the offer for a further two weeks, meaning consumers have up until November 25th to get their hands on a free box set.

New broadband, calls and TV customers can get their hands on a free Sky+ box when taking out one of the ISP's premium content packs.

On packages included in the offer, prices start from £27.50 for consumers signing up for Sky+ TV with single Sky Movies.

Registering now could allow households to tune in to some of the broadcaster's top film content over the festive period, with a number of blockbusters including Avatar and Alice in Wonderland set to receive their TV premieres.

For those seeking basic Sky Sports access along with their bundle, the basic cost is £34.50 per month, while dual Sky Sports is priced at £35.50 per month.

With the Ashes kicking off down under in a fortnight's time, new subscribers will be able to tune into all the Test cricket action this winter, while football fans can prepare themselves for the busy Premier League festive season.

Sky stated: "Choose what to watch and when to watch it - Sky+ means there's more time for the family to spend together.

"Join Sky TV now with Sky Movies or Sky Sports and get a free Sky+ box (£30 standard set-up) – just in time for your favourite Christmas movies and the start of the Ashes."

As an added sweetener to the deal, the ISP is also offering a £25 Marks & Spencer voucher to all new customers – enabling to get their Christmas shopping off to the best possible start.

Households seeking a standard Sky broadband bundle can gain access to home phone, TV and 20Mb broadband services from £20 per month. 

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