Sky has extended its free Sky+ box offer to include a range of other home entertainment packages.
Up until Thursday February 24th, only consumers signing up for Sky Broadband & Calls could get their hands on a free unit, which normally retails at £49.
However, the internet service provider has refreshed the offer, meaning households now receive a free Sky+ box when signing up for any Sky+ TV package.
Consequently, consumers no longer need to sign up for home phone calls with their new Sky broadband deal in order to get a free Sky+ unit.
The box allows television viewers to pause, rewind and record live TV, and also store up to 185 hours of programming to be watched at a later date.
Earlier this week, Sky also enhanced its free £50 Marks & Spencer voucher offer, which previously applied solely to customers taking out a Sky+ HD package.
Standard Sky+ subscribers received a £25 voucher, but all new customers can now get £50 free at the high street store, regardless of whether they take high definition TV or not.