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Sky is finally set to withdraw its free Sky+ box offer, which has been available to new subscribers since the start of 2011.

Consumers are currently able to get their hands on a free Sky+ box when registering for the internet service provider's Broadband and Talk package with basic subscription TV access.

The unit allows home broadband, phone and subscription TV customers to optimise their TV viewing, as Sky+ plus allows them to pause, rewind and record live television.

With a Sky+ box, viewers can also store up to 185 hours of programming to be watched at a later date.

Consumers can receive the unit for free when taking out a triple pay broadband bundle for a monthly fee of £19.50.

However, they can afford to delay no longer as the broadband deal is being withdrawn today (Thursday February 3rd).

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