Sky broadband customers have been given an added incentive to upgrade to a broadband and TV bundle during the spring.
The satellite TV and broadband provider has extended its existing promotions for consumers signing up for Sky+ and Sky+HD services.
For customers taking out a Sky+ contract, the existing free Sky box offer will now continue until March 29th 2012.
Households upgrading to the subscription TV service will also receive a free standard set-up, helping to keep start-up costs to a minimum.
In addition, the broadband provider will continue to offer a £50 M&S voucher to customers subscribing to Sky+ and Sky+HD.
This will enable customers to make the most of the spring sales at the popular high street retailer.
Sky+ enables viewers to optimise their television experience, by gaining access to greater choice, control and freedom.
Users can pause, record and even rewind live television, and store up to 185 hours of programming content on their Sky+ box.
The unit enables users to record two shows at once, even while watching another they have already recorded.
"You can even set recordings from your mobile or online," Sky explained.
A variety of Sky+ TV packages and broadband bundles are available with Sky, priced from £20 per month.
With this package, households receive a free Sky+ box and free standard set-up, Sky television, broadband and home phone calls.
Those wishing to upgrade to the HD pack can do so for just £10.25 extra per month.