Consumers still have two weeks left to take advantage of Sky's current free Sky+ box offer, which runs until February 24th 2011.
Since last month, the internet service provider (ISP) has been offering a free Sky+ unit to households signing up for a TV, calls and broadband bundle.
The box enables television viewers to pause, rewind and record live programmes, access Anytime content and also store up to 185 hours of programming to be watched at a later date.
To add to the appeal of the broadband deal – which is priced from £19.50 per month - consumers also receive a free £25 Marks & Spencer voucher when signing up.
Consumers can take advantage of up to 20Mb download speeds and free evening and weekend home phone calls.
A £30 connection fee applies for households taking out a Sky TV service, while subscribers are also required to pay a monthly landline fee.
Up until February 13th, consumers are also able to take advantage of three months free Sky broadband with the ISP's internet and home phone packages.