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Internet service provider (ISP) Sky is to withdraw its current broadband deal in just three days.

Since last month, the broadband provider has been offering three months free to households signing up for its internet and home phone packages.

UK consumers can save over £20 on their broadband and calls bills through the offer, which enables them to pay only for line rental until the fourth month of their contract.

After the introductory discount period, the Sky broadband bundle is priced at just £7.50 per month.

However, consumers need to decide quickly if this is the offer for them, as Sky is ending the promotion on Thursday February 10th.

The ISP is also currently giving UK consumers the opportunity to get their hands on a free Sky+ box when they sign up for a broadband bundle with a basic satellite TV subscription.

Using the Sky+ unit, TV viewers are able to pause, record and rewind live television, and store up to 185 hours of programme content.

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