Sky is giving UK consumers longer to take advantage of its three months' half-price broadband offer.
For the past few weeks, the service provider has been offering super-fast broadband with free weekend calls and a free connection for just £10 plus line rental.
This is down from the normal monthly price of £20.
The offer was due to expire on Thursday February 14th, but it has now been extended until March 28th, reports ISPreview.co.uk.
As such, consumers have another six weeks to take advantage of the offer, which enables them to save £30 on broadband during the introductory period of their 12-month contract.
Sky Fibre Unlimited with Sky Talk Weekends offers download speeds of up to 38Mb.
Subscribers are able to take advantage of a 'truly unlimited' usage allowance, and consume as much data as they like.
They receive a free Sky Hub Wireless N Router, which supports online access on a range of Wi-Fi-enabled devices throughout the home.
And installation is also free, providing another one-off boost to new subscribers.
Weekend landline calls are included as part of the broadband package, but this can be upgraded to anytime calls for an additional £5 per month.
A line rental fee of £14.50 applies to all customers from the start of the contract.
However, this can be reduced to the equivalent of £9.95 per month if the full yearly balance is paid 12 months in advance.