Consumers still have two weeks left to take advantage of Sky's current three months free broadband deal.
The internet service provider (ISP) is enabling all new customers to take advantage of the offer, providing they register by February 10th 2011.
Through the promotion, home phone and broadband package subscribers can make significant savings during the introductory period of their contract.
For the first three months of their Broadband & Calls deal, Sky is charging only a landline fee – meaning customers can save £21.50 on their broadband services.
From month four, the 20Mb broadband bundle will cost £7.50 per month, or £10 for those without an existing Sky TV subscription.
A free wireless router worth £50 is also included as part of the broadband offer, enabling additional savings to be made.
In a separate promotion, the ISP is offering a free Sky+ box to all new Broadband and Talk customers taking a basic satellite TV subscription.
Sky is withdrawing this broadband deal a week earlier than the three months free deal, on February 3rd 2011.