Consumers now have until Sunday February 13th to take advantage of Sky's current three months free broadband deal.
The internet service provider (ISP) was originally set to withdraw the broadband offer on February 10th, however, the promotion has been extended by another three days.
UK households signing up for the firm's Unlimited broadband & calls service with basic satellite TV access can save more than £20 through the deal.
The broadband package is normally priced at £7.50 per month although up until the fourth month of their contract, the only charge is a monthly landline fee.
Consumers can access free evening and weekend calls, 20Mb download speeds and take advantage of an unlimited monthly data allowance.
A free Sky wireless broadband router worth £50 is included to add to the appeal of the broadband bundle, while a 12-month internet security subscription is also provided, as is 24/7 technical support.
Households are able to cancel their Sky broadband and talk services at any time within the first 30 days of all services being activated, and receive a pro-rate refund.