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Sky has launched a special new deal designed to encourage households to switch home phone and broadband provider.

New and existing Sky TV customers are able to receive a free Sky Movies trial when moving their phone, line rental and broadband services over to the provider.

And with the festive season fast approaching, Sky believes two months of unlimited access to Sky Movies 1 & 2 could be just the ticket.

Sky says it will be releasing new films every week in the run-up to Christmas, and the offer will enable an increasing number of families to tune in.

The Tourist, Disney's A Christmas Carol, Zombieland and Clash of the Titans are among the titles set to premiere over the next month.

New customers signing up for Sky Unlimited Broadband, Calls and Sky Movies TV can gain access to internet, home phone and satellite TV services from just £23.25 per month.

The broadband deal allows downloads at up to 20Mb, while subscribers can reap the benefits of an unlimited usage allowance.

Adding to the savings possible when switching broadband provider, customers receive a free Sky box and a complimentary wireless broadband router.

And customers also benefit from a £25 Marks and Spencer voucher, which can be used at the high street chain.

Sky customers, new and existing, are under no pressure to continue with their Sky Movies subscription after the initial two month trial period.

If they wish to have continued access to Sky Movies 1 & 2, the broadband provider will simply deduct an additional £16 per month from their account from month three onwards.

Should consumers wish to cancel their Sky Movies subscription, they simply need to call the service provider at least 31 days before the end of their free trial.

Sky is continuing with the offer until December 24th, meaning consumers have until Christmas Eve to take advantage of this broadband deal.

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