Consumers still have one week to take advantage of internet service provider Sky's latest broadband bundle offer.
All this month, households signing up for the firm's Broadband and Talk package with basic subscription TV access have been able to get their hands on a free Sky+ box.
The unit allows TV viewers to perform a range of different functions, such as pause, rewind and record live television programmes.
A Sky+ box also enables satellite TV subscribers to record on one channel while watching live on another, and store up to 185 hours of programme content.
Consumers can receive a box for free when taking out the £19.50 per month broadband package, which offers web access, unlimited weekend calls and satellite TV.
However, they need to register for a new broadband bundle in the next seven days, as Sky is withdrawing the offer on Thursday February 3rd 2011.