Sky is giving UK consumers another opportunity to save money on their home broadband service.
The satellite TV, home phone and internet service provider, has launched its 2011 Winter Sale broadband deals.
As such, UK households and businesses can take advantage of 12 months' half-price broadband and calls.
Consumers can pay from only £3.75 per month for broadband and home phone services, with an unlimited usage allowance.
This means they are able to save more than £40 on their new Sky broadband service over the course of the year.
Consumers signing up for an unlimited Sky broadband package are able to download at a rate of up to 20Mb, giving them access to a range of advanced online services.
And because their usage allowance is unlimited, they do not need to worry about exceeding their download limit when gaming, watching films or listening to music online.
Their internet experience is optimised by the inclusion of a free Wi-Fi 'N' class wireless broadband router, which enables people to access the web via a range of computing devices.
Subscribers are able to take advantage of inclusive UK evening and weekend calls on Sky Talk Freetime.
And for consumers signing up over the internet, there is the added incentive of a £25 Marks & Spencer voucher.
Existing Sky TV users can pay just £3.75 a month for 12 months for their Sky broadband package, plus £12.25 line rental.
And for households which do not have Sky TV, the cost of broadband and calls is £5 per month plus a £12.25 line rental for the first 12 months.