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Internet service provider (ISP) Sky has launched a new broadband deal, offering consumers three months free web services when they sign up.

Households taking out a Sky broadband and home phone package – plus a Sky landline – can get three months free broadband, enabling them to make significant savings.

After the initial introductory period, consumers face a charge of just £7.50 per month for the remainder of their contract.

New and existing customers – and those switching broadband provider – can take advantage of the offer, which is set to run until February 10th 2011.

In another boost for Sky broadband customers, the ISP has chosen to absorb the cost of the coming VAT rise, rather than pass it onto customers through price rises.

The rate of VAT increases from 17.5 per cent to 20 per cent on January 4th, potentially leading to product and service cost inflation.

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