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Sky has sweetened its broadband, home phone and TV bundles with a time-limited promotion, amid growing competition from BT and Virgin Media in the pay-TV market.

Under the terms of Sky’s revamped offer, all customers who sign up online for Sky TV, Calls and Unlimited Broadband package qualify for a £75 Marks & Spencer voucher and free broadband for the first six months of their contract.

The deal, which is priced £21.50 for 6 months and £29 thereafter, also includes 40 channels and a broadband connection offering speeds of up to 14Mb, as well as a free Sky Hub and Sky+ set top box.

The home phone facet of the package (line rental is an additional £14.50 per month) features free calls at weekends to UK landlines.

As with all Sky TV deals, access to Sky Go is included. This lets Sky subscribers stream and download the broadcaster’s TV output on laptops, tablets and smartphones.

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