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Consumers now have only three days left to take advantage of Sky's current broadband promotion.

Since the start of November, the internet service provider (ISP) has attempted to lure in new broadband bundle customers by offering a free Sky+ box to all subscribers.

However, the offer is being withdrawn on December 9th, meaning would-be registrants will have to decide quickly if this is the option for them.

Subscription TV viewers who get their hands on a Sky+ unit can benefit from an enhanced viewing experience, as the box allows them to pause and rewind live TV, and record on one channel while watching another.

For cricket fans eager to keep up with events down under, having access to Sky+ allows them to record the Ashes live overnight.

With each Sky+ unit able to store 185 hours of programming, they will then be able to watch the footage back in its entirety at their own time of choosing.

Broadband bundles taken out with the ISP can also offer access to 20Mb broadband speeds and free home phone calls.

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