Time is running out for UK households to get their hands on a free Sky+ box when signing up for the firm's internet and home phone services.
Sky is set to withdraw its current broadband deal, which applies to consumers taking out the Sky Broadband and Talk package, today (Thursday February 24th).
Throughout January and February, new broadband package subscribers signing up for basic satellite TV services have been able to save £49 courtesy of a free Sky+ box.
The unit enables television viewers to pause, rewind and record live TV, and also store up to 185 hours of content to be watched at a later date.
Sky has already extended the broadband deal twice, owing to its popularity among consumers, but this could be the last opportunity households have to capitalise on the offer.
A £30 set-up fee applies to all new Sky TV accounts, while the offer is not available to current subscription TV subscribers.