Broadband provider Sky has today refreshed its broadband plus home phone and TV bundle promotion.
The internet service provider is offering a free Sky+ box to consumers taking out its Broadband and Talk package with basic subscription TV access.
With the unit, television viewers are able to perform a range of functions, including pausing, rewinding and recording live programmes.
Consumers can still access Sky TV, home phone and broadband services for under £20 a month, with the firm absorbing January's 2.5 per cent VAT rise.
Prices start from £19.50 per month, with consumers also able to sign up for a £25 registration voucher – however, the offer is to be withdrawn on February 3rd 2010.
Meanwhile, consumers who are not interested in Sky TV can take out a home phone, landline and broadband package with Sky for just £7.50 per month.
Up until February 10th, the firm is offering three months free service to customers subscribing to this deal.