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Sky's current three months free broadband deal is set to continue for another three weeks, it has been announced.

Consumers registering with the internet service provider (ISP) at present are able to make significant savings on a broadband and home phone package.

The ISP is charging new Broadband & Calls customers a landline fee only until the fourth month of their contract, enabling savings of £21.50 to be made.

After the initial discount period, the 20Mb broadband bundle will cost £7.50 per month – or £10 for those without a Sky TV subscription - for the remainder of the subscriber's contract.

A free wireless router worth £50 is also included as part of the broadband offer, while consumers are able to take advantage of unlimited downloads and free evening and weekend calls.

Sky will continue to offer three months free until February 10th 2011, when the offer will be withdrawn.

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