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Internet service provider (ISP) Sky has launched a new cut-price home phone and broadband deal.

The broadband provider is now offering six months' half-price calls and web services with its popular Sky Unlimited Broadband & Calls package.

This entitles takers to download speeds of up to 20Mb, unlimited monthly downloads and free evening and weekend calls from just £5 per month.

Ordinarily, the broadband deal is priced at £10 per month, but the 50 per cent discount applies for the first six months of any new contract.

A free wireless broadband router is also included for new subscribers, adding to the savings that can be made when signing up for the ISP's Unlimited Broadband & Calls deal.

Last week, Sky launched a new range of deals aimed at satellite TV subscribers.

Households signing up for Sky+ before June 30th 2011 are able to receive a free Sky+ box and a free installation.

In addition, they are entitled to a free £25 Marks & Spencer voucher, allowing savings to be made at the high street store.

At the same time, new Sky+HD customers taking any Sky Sports or Sky Movies pack can currently receive the first three months of the HD pack for free.

Existing Sky TV customers upgrading to Sky+HD for 12 months can also take advantage of the money-saving offer.

And new customers joining Sky TV with six entertainment packs and Multiroom for 12 months receive the first three months of their service for no charge.

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