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Sky is giving UK consumers the opportunity to make significant savings on unlimited broadband and calls, through a new special offer.

The satellite TV and broadband provider is offering nine months' half-price internet and calls for new customers taking out a broadband package without TV services.

Sky is currently running a number of broadband offers for households seeking internet, calls and subscription TV bundles, but this latest deal applies solely to broadband and home phone services.

Consumers can pay just £5 per month - a 50 per cent discount - for Sky Broadband Unlimited & Calls, which is available on a 12-month contract.

The broadband deal offers high-speed downloads of up to 20Mb, an unrestricted data allowance and a free wireless broadband router.

This means Sky consumers can access the web from laptops and Wi-Fi-enabled mobile devices anywhere in the home.

Existing Sky TV customers can take advantage of six-months' half-price services, if they wish to sign up for broadband and calls with the same provider.

For them, Sky Broadband Unlimited & Calls is priced at just £3.75 per month for the first six months of their one-year deal.

Should broadband and calls customers wish to add Sky TV to their broadband package, they can do so at a later date.

Satellite television packages are available with the broadband provider from just £20 per month, offering access to a vast range of channels.

Indeed, Sky Unlimited Broadband & Calls for Sky TV customers is priced at £23.75 per month.

The service provider offers a range of other packages for households seeking satellite TV, home phone and internet services, including Sky Broadband, Calls and TV extra.

This broadband package - which is priced at £25 per month - offers 20Mb downloads, a 2GB usage allowance, 333 TV channels and off-peak calls.

Subscribers can also take advantage of a free £50 M&S voucher if they sign up this week.

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