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Sky has refreshed a number of its broadband deals, giving UK consumers added incentive to sign up for a package with the service provider.

Consumers subscribing to some of the firm's broadband, calls and TV bundles now receive a free £100 Marks & Spencer voucher upon registration.

This offer applies on the Sky TV, Broadband & Talk package priced at £21.50 per month, plus Sky TV Extra, Broadband Unlimited & Talk (£34 per month), Sky TV, Sky Movies, Broadband & Talk (£37.50 per month) and Sky TV, Sky Sports, Broadband & Talk (£42.50 per month).

With Sky's starter bundle - Sky TV, Broadband & Talk - households receive Sky Broadband Everyday Lite, which is described by the firm as being "ideal for daily browsing and email".

Households can take advantage of up to 14Mb download speeds, a monthly usage allowance of 2GB and a free Sky wireless 'N' router.

Sky Talk Evening & Weekend calls to UK landlines are included with the deal, although customers are required to pay a monthly line rental fee of £12.25.

The broadband package also offers 39 entertainment channels - including Sky1, Sky Living and Sky Atlantic - and a host of other free channels.

A free Sky+ box - allowing viewers to pause, rewind and record live TV - and free standard set-up are included as part of the deal.

Meanwhile, households signing up for HD TV services can also take advantage of the free £100 Marks & Spencer voucher offer.

And in addition, they are entitled to a 50 per cent discount on HD services for the first six months of their deal.

The deal applies on a number of packages, including Sky HD TV, Broadband & Talk, which is priced at £26.62 a month for six months rising to £31.75 a month thereafter.

Sky HD TV Extra, Broadband & Talk (£31.62, rising to £36.75 per month), Sky HD TV, Sky Sports, Broadband & Talk (£47.62 then £52.75 per month) and Sky HD TV Extra, Sky Movies, Broadband & Talk (£47.62 then £52.75 per month) are also included on the free voucher deal.

Sky says TV viewers can enjoy "up to five times more picture detail" using a Sky+HD box.

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