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Internet service provider (ISP) Sky Broadband has announced plans to increase the value of Marks and Spencer (M&S) vouchers that it offers its new broadband bundle customers.

The ISP will now give people signing up to its Sky+ TV bundle - which includes broadband connection, TV and calls - £75 worth of M&S vouchers.

Customers taking on the firm's Sky+ HD bundle, which also includes a high-speed broadband internet connection, will receive a total of £100 worth of M&S discount vouchers.

The increase in M&S gift voucher value for new broadband customers will stay in place until April 26th of this year.

Sky Broadband's deal is also valid for customers who opt for the company's 3 Months Free Unlimited Broadband offer, which ends a month later, on May 26th.

Earlier this month, Sky launched a major advertising campaign to promote its video-on-demand service Anytime+.

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