Consumers signing up for Sky broadband bundles this week can take advantage of a £50 Marks & Spencer voucher.
The broadband provider has launched the special offer for subscribers to its internet and TV packages, reports ISPreview.co.uk.
In order to capitalise on the Sky promotion, UK households need to sign up for subscription TV services – potentially as part of a broadband package – by September 22nd 2011.
The offer is available exclusively to online subscribers and limited to one per household.
Vouchers will be sent out to participating consumers within 45 days of activating their Sky TV account.
Sky broadband, home phone and television services are available to UK households from just £20 per month.
A Starter Pack includes up to 20Mb download speeds, a 2GB monthly usage allowance, free evening & weekend UK landline calls and access to the Sky TV Entertainment Pack.
Subscribers also benefit from a free 'N' class wireless broadband router – enabling laptop and Wi-Fi tablet users to get online anywhere in their home.
Adding to the savings possible, consumers receive a free Sky TV box and free set-up – helping them to get started with the broadband provider.
If consumers require access to a larger monthly data allowance, the £32.50 per month Unlimited Surfing pack carries no data restrictions.
Sky is one of the UK's fastest growing broadband providers, with over three million customers now signed up for internet services with the firm.
The firm says its fibre-optic cable network now extends 4,000 miles, covering 78 per cent of the UK.