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Broadband consumers still have three weeks to take advantage of Sky's current free Sky box offer.

The internet service provider (ISP) is currently offering a free Sky+ unit to all households registering for its Broadband and Talk package with basic subscription TV access.

With a Sky+ box, TV viewers can pause, rewind and record live TV. They are also able to store up to 185 hours of programming to be watched at a later date.

Another feature allows users to record on one channel while watching a different programme live on another.

Broadband bundle prices start from £19.50 per month, with consumers also able to sign up for a £25 registration voucher when joining the ISP.

The free Sky+ box offer is to be withdrawn on February 3rd 2011, meaning there is still time to capitalise on the deal.

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