Sky has revamped its range of broadband, home and TV bundle offers.
The internet, phone and satellite TV provider is now offering a free £25 Marks & Spencer voucher to consumers singing up for a double or triple-play deal.
This means broadband package subscribers are entitled to a free gift certificate to use at the popular high street store.
Sky is offering the M&S voucher with a number of broadband deals, including Sky Unlimited Broadband & Calls and its Sky Broadband, Calls and TV starter bundle.
Double-play Sky broadband
With Sky Unlimited Broadband & Calls, subscribers are able to download at up to 14Mb and take advantage of an unlimited usage allowance over a 12-month contract.
Weekend calls to UK landlines are included through Sky Talk Freetime, as is free Wi-Fi minutes at any of The Cloud's public hotspots.
Subscribers also receive a free wireless broadband router, ensuring they can connect to the internet on multiple devices anywhere in the home.
Initially the broadband deal is priced at £5 per month, rising to £10 after the first 12 months of the deal.
Customers are also required to pay a £14.50 per month line rental fee.
Triple-play Sky broadband
The Sky Broadband, Calls and TV starter bundle is geared at consumers wishing to use the firm's satellite pay-TV service.
Consumers are able to download at speeds of up to 14Mb, although they face a 2GB per month usage allowance - through Sky Broadband Lite - on this package.
Again consumers receive weekend calls and an 'N' class wireless broadband router.
A free Sky+HD box is also included, to enable consumers to optimise their TV viewing experience.
They are able to pause, rewind and record live television, and store programmes to be watched at a later date.
Subscribers are able to watch 40 premium channels - with the Sky Entertainment pack included - plus a full range of Freeview content.
Households signing up on a 12-month contract pay £21.50 per month for broadband, calls and TV, plus a £14.50 per month line rental fee.